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Solution-Grown Monocrystalline Hybrid Perovskite Films for Hole-Transporter-Free Solar Cells

​Solution-Grown Monocrystalline Hybrid Perovskite Films for Hole-Transporter-Free Solar Cells
Wei Peng, Lingfei Wang, Banavoth Murali, Kang-Ting Ho, Ashok Bera, Namchul Cho, Chen-Fang Kang, Victor M. Burlakov, Jun Pan, Lutfan Sinatra, Chun Ma, Wei Xu, Dong Shi, Erkki Alarousu, Alain Goriely, Jr-Hau He, Omar F. Mohammed, Tom Wu, Osman M. Bakr
Advanced Materials, 28(17), pp 3383-3390, (2016)
Wei Peng, Lingfei Wang, Banavoth Murali, Kang-Ting Ho, Ashok Bera, Namchul Cho, Chen-Fang Kang, Victor M. Burlakov, Jun Pan, Lutfan Sinatra, Chun Ma, Wei Xu, Dong Shi, Erkki Alarousu, Alain Goriely, Jr-Hau He, Omar F. Mohammed, Tom Wu, Osman M. Bakr
CH3NH3PbBr3; hole-transporter-free solar cells; hybrid perovskites; single crystals
2016

 

 
 

High-quality perovskite monocrystalline films are successfully grown through cavitation-triggered asymmetric crystallization. These films enable a simple cell structure, ITO/CH3NH3PbBr3/Au, with near 100% internal quantum efficiency, promising power conversion efficiencies (PCEs) >5%, and superior stability for prototype cells. Furthermore, the monocrystalline devices using a hole-transporter-free structure yield PCEs ≈6.5%, the highest among other similar-structured CH3NH3PbBr3 solar cells to date.

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201506292