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Title

Energy alignment and recombination in perovskite solar cells: weighted influence on the open circuit voltage

AuthorsGelmetti, Ilario; Montcada, Núria F.; Pérez Rodríguez, Ana ; Barrena, Esther ; Ocal, Carmen ; García Benito, Inés; Molina Ontoria, Agustín; Martín, Nazario; Vidal Ferran, Anton; Palomares, Emilio
Issue Date8-Mar-2019
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (UK)
CitationEnergy and Environmental Science 12(4): 1309-1316 (2019)
AbstractIn this work, we assess the possible reasons for the differences observed in open circuit voltage (VOC) in mixed cation perovskite solar cells when comparing four different hole transport materials (HTMs), namely TAE‐1, TAE‐3, TAE‐4 and spiro‐OMeTAD. All these HTMs present close chemical and physical properties. Additionally to the evaluation of the HTM influence on recombination, we find that, upon deposition of the organic HTM on top of the perovskite, there is an important change in the energy levels position, and the impact on the device VOC is discussed. We consider that this experimental observation could be general for other organic HTMs and would justify the difficulties for finding molecules and materials that could improve the efficiency of perovskite solar cells overcoming the solar‐to‐energy conversion efficiency of solar cells made using spiro‐OMeTAD as holes selective contact.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C9EE00528E
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/180737
ISSN1754-5692
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