Room-temperature crystallization of hybrid-perovskite thin films via solvent–solvent extraction for high-performance solar cells

@article{Zhou2015RoomtemperatureCO,
  title={Room-temperature crystallization of hybrid-perovskite thin films via solvent–solvent extraction for high-performance solar cells},
  author={Y. Zhou and M. Yang and W. Wu and A. Vasiliev and K. Zhu and N. Padture},
  journal={Journal of Materials Chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={3},
  pages={8178-8184}
}
  • Y. Zhou, M. Yang, +3 authors N. Padture
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Materials Chemistry
  • The room-temperature solvent–solvent extraction (SSE) concept is used for the deposition of hybrid-perovskite thin films over large areas. In this simple process, perovskite precursor solution is spin-coated onto a substrate, and instead of the conventional thermal annealing treatment, the coated substrate is immediately immersed in a bath of another solvent at room temperature. This results in efficient extraction of the precursor-solvent and induces rapid crystallization of uniform, ultra… CONTINUE READING
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