Back-contacted hybrid organic–inorganic perovskite solar cells

Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2016, 4 pp. 3125 - 3130
Issue Date:
2016
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A novel architecture for quasi-interdigitated electrodes (QIDEs) allows for the fabrication of back-contacted perovskite solar cells. The devices showed a stable power output of 3.2%. The design of the QIDEs avoids the defects that cause short-circuiting in conventional IDEs, while enhancing the collection area of the electrodes. Photoluminescence and photocurrent mapping is used to probe the charge generation and transport properties of the perovskite solar cells.
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