|Title:||Top laminated graphene electrode in a semitransparent polymer solar cell by simultaneous thermal annealing/releasing method||Authors:||Lee Y.-Y.
|Issue Date:||2011||Journal Volume:||5||Journal Issue:||8||Start page/Pages:||6564-6570||Source:||ACS Nano||Abstract:||
In this article, we demonstrate a semitransparent inverted-type polymer solar cell using a top laminated graphene electrode without damaging the underlying organic photoactive layer. The lamination process involves the simultaneous thermal releasing deposition of the graphene top electrode during thermal annealing of the photoactive layer. The resulting semitransparent polymer solar cell exhibits a promising power conversion efficiency of approximately 76% of that of the standard opaque device using an Ag metal electrode. The asymmetric photovoltaic performances of the semitransparent solar cell while illuminated from two respective sides were further analyzed using optical simulation and photocarrier recombination measurement. The devices consisting of the top laminated transparent graphene electrode enable the feasible roll-to-roll manufacturing of low-cost semitransparent polymer solar cells and can be utilized in new applications such as power-generated windows or multijunction or bifacial photovoltaic devices. © 2011 American Chemical Society.
|ISSN:||19360851||DOI:||10.1021/nn201940j||SDG/Keyword:||Lamination process; Metal electrodes; Multijunction; New applications; Optical simulation; Photoactive layers; Photocarrier; Photovoltaic devices; Photovoltaic performance; polymer solar cell; Polymer Solar Cells; Power conversion efficiencies; Roll to roll; Roll to roll manufacturing; Semi-transparent solar cells; Thermal-annealing; Conversion efficiency; Graphene; Graphite electrodes; Laminating; Photovoltaic effects; Polymers; Solar power generation
|Appears in Collections:||材料科學與工程學系|
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