Improved Stability of Polymer Solar Cells in Ambient Air via Atomic Layer Deposition of Ultrathin Dielectric Layers

https://doi.org/10.1002/admi.201700231

Improved Stability of Polymer Solar Cells in Ambient Air via Atomic Layer Deposition of Ultrathin Dielectric Layers

Polymer solar cell technology is still under development in the key area of stability. An ultrathin atomic-layer-deposited dielectric oxide layer is inserted into inverted architecture polymer solar cells in order to address the issues that arise from the defect-rich nature of ZnO electron extraction material. Considerable improvement of the device efficiency and stability is observed.

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Ermioni Polydorou, Martha A. Botzakaki, Ilias Sakellis, Anastasia Soultati, Andreas Kaltzoglou, Theodoros A. Papadopoulos, Joe Briscoe, Charalabos Drivas, Kostas Seintis, Mihalis Fakis, Leonidas C. Palilis, Stavroula N. Georga, Christoforos A. Krontiras, Stella Kennou, Polycarpos Falaras, Nikos Boukos, Dimitris Davazoglou, Panagiotis Argitis, Maria Vasilopoulou
Adv. Mater. Interfaces, July 12, 2017, https://doi.org/10.1002/admi.201700231 Read article

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