Surfactant-controlled ink drying enables high-speed deposition of perovskite films for efficient photovoltaic modules

@article{Deng2018SurfactantcontrolledID,
  title={Surfactant-controlled ink drying enables high-speed deposition of perovskite films for efficient photovoltaic modules},
  author={Y. Deng and X. Zheng and Yang Bai and Q. Wang and Jingjing Zhao and J. Huang},
  journal={Nature Energy},
  year={2018},
  volume={3},
  pages={560-566}
}
  • Y. Deng, X. Zheng, +3 authors J. Huang
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science
  • Nature Energy
  • Novel photovoltaic technologies such as perovskites hold the promise of a reduced levelized cost of electricity, but the low-cost potential depends on the ability to scale-up solution-based deposition. So far, complex fluid dynamics have limited the solution deposition of uniform pinhole-free organic–inorganic perovskite thin films over large areas. Here, we show that very small amounts (tens of parts per million) of surfactants (for example, l-α-Phosphatidylcholine) dramatically alter the… CONTINUE READING
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