Low-Temperature Solution Processed Random Silver Nanowire as a Promising Replacement for Indium Tin Oxide.

@article{Teymouri2017LowTemperatureSP,
  title={Low-Temperature Solution Processed Random Silver Nanowire as a Promising Replacement for Indium Tin Oxide.},
  author={Arastoo Teymouri and Supriya Pillai and Zi Ouyang and Xiaojing Hao and Fangyang Liu and Chang Yan and Martin A Green},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2017},
  volume={9 39},
  pages={
          34093-34100
        }
}
A low-temperature solution-based process for depositing silver nanowire (AgNW) networks for use as transparent conductive top electrode is demonstrated. These AgNWs when applied to Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells outperformed indium tin oxide as the top electrode. Thinner nanowires allow the use of lower temperatures during processing, while longer wires allow… CONTINUE READING