Low Temperature, Vacuum-Processed Bismuth Triiodide Solar Cells with Organic Small-Molecule Hole Transport Bilayer
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Low Temperature, Vacuum-Processed Bismuth Triiodide Solar Cells with Organic Small-Molecule Hole Transport Bilayer

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Sebastia-Luna, Paz; Sessolo, Michele Perfil; Palazón Huet, Francisco; Bolink, Henk Perfil
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Herein, the preparation of fully vacuum-processed bismuth triiodide solar cells with low annealing temperature is reported. Planar n-i-p devices are prepared using a thin compact SnO2 layer as the electron extraction layer and an electron blocking/hole extraction bilayer consisting of an intrinsic and doped organic hole-transport molecule. Using this configuration, herein, higher fill-factors and overall power conversion efficiencies than with conventional solution-processed hole transport materials are achieved.

    Sebastia-Luna, Paz Sessolo, Michele Palazón Huet, Francisco Bolink, Henk 2021 Low Temperature, Vacuum-Processed Bismuth Triiodide Solar Cells with Organic Small-Molecule Hole Transport Bilayer Energy Technology 9 12 2100661
https://doi.org/10.1002/ente.202100661

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