Interface engineering of highly efficient perovskite solar cells

@article{Zhou2014InterfaceEO,
  title={Interface engineering of highly efficient perovskite solar cells},
  author={Huanping Zhou and Qi Chen and Gang Li and Song Luo and Tze-bing Song and Hsin-Sheng Duan and Z. R. Hong and Jingbi You and Yongsheng Liu and Yang Yang},
  journal={Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={345},
  pages={542 - 546}
}
A layered approach improves solar cells Perovskite films received a boost in photovoltaic efficiency through controlled formation of charge-generating films and improved current transfer to the electrodes. Zhou et al. lowered the defect density of the film by controlling humidity while the perovskite film formed from lead chloride and methylammonium iodide. Low-temperature processing steps allowed the use of materials that draw current out of the perovskite layer more efficiently. These and… 
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