|Title:||Using a low temperature crystallization process to prepare anatase TiO 2 buffer layers for air-stable inverted polymer solar cells||Authors:||Huang, J.-H.
|Issue Date:||2010||Journal Volume:||3||Journal Issue:||5||Start page/Pages:||654-658||Source:||Energy and Environmental Science||Abstract:||
In this study, we fabricated inverted polymer solar cells featuring titanium dioxide (TiO2) as the electron collection layer and vanadium (v) oxide (V2O5) as the hole collection layer. TiO 2 films (anatase phase) were prepared by combining electrochemical deposition with high-pressure crystallization. The low temperature process used to obtain the TiO2 films minimized interdiffusion of Ti and In species between the TiO2 and ITO films and maintained the conductivity of the indium tin oxide substrate. The inverted device reached a power conversion efficiency of 3.22% and exhibited much better stability under ambient conditions relative to that of the corresponding conventional device. © 2010 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
|DOI:||10.1039/b922373h||SDG/Keyword:||Air-stable; Ambient conditions; Anatase phase; Anatase TiO; Electrochemical deposition; Electron collections; High-pressure crystallization; Indium tin oxide substrates; Inter-diffusion; Inverted devices; ITO films; Low-temperature crystallization; Low-temperature process; Polymer Solar Cells; Power conversion efficiencies; TiO; Vanadium oxides; Conversion efficiency; Crystallization; Metallic glass; Oxide films; Reduction; Solar cells; Tin; Titanium; Titanium compounds; Titanium dioxide; ITO glass; crystallinity; electrochemical method; energy efficiency; enzyme; enzyme activity; experimental study; low temperature; polymer; solar power
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