Highly Efficient Reproducible Perovskite Solar Cells Prepared by Low-Temperature Processing

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Author(s)Hu H, Wong KK, Kollek T, Hanusch F, Polarz S, Docampo P, Schmidt-Mende L
Publication type Article
JournalMolecules
Year2016
Volume21
Issue4
Pages542
ISSN (print)1431-5165
ISSN (electronic)1420-3049
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In this work, we describe the role of the different layers in perovskite solar cells to achieve reproducible, ~16% efficient perovskite solar cells. We used a planar device architecture with PEDOT:PSS on the bottom, followed by the perovskite layer and an evaporated C60 layer before deposition of the top electrode. No high temperature annealing step is needed, which also allows processing on flexible plastic substrates. Only the optimization of all of these layers leads to highly efficient and reproducible results. In this work, we describe the effects of different processing conditions, especially the influence of the C60 top layer on the device performance.
PublisherMDPI AG
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3390/molecules21040542
DOI10.3390/molecules21040542
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