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Radial Stretching System

Radial Stretching System

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Soft Matter Physics

Beschreibung: Abteilung Physik weicher Materie (SoMaP) am Institut für Experimentalphysik

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Soft Matter Physics
Altenbergerstrasse 69
4040 Linz, Austria

Tel.: +43 732 2468 9293
Fax: +43 732 2468 9273

E-Mail: christa.mitschan(/\t)

Raum: T1008

Bereich Name
Leitung Siegfried Bauer
Sekretariat Christa Mitschan

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Flexible high power-per-weight perovskite solar cells with chromium oxide–metal contacts for improved stability in air

Photovoltaic technology requires light-absorbing materials that are highly efficient, lightweight, low cost and stable during operation. Organolead halide perovskites constitute a highly promising class of materials, but suffer limited stability under ambient conditions without heavy and costly encapsulation. Here, we report ultrathin (3 μm), highly flexible perovskite solar cells with stabilized 12% efficiency and a power-per-weight as high as 23 W g−1. To facilitate air-stable operation, we introduce a chromium oxide–chromium interlayer that effectively protects the metal top contacts from reactions with the perovskite. The use of a transparent polymer electrode treated with dimethylsulphoxide as the bottom layer allows the deposition—from solution at low temperature—of pinhole-free perovskite films at high yield on arbitrary substrates, including thin plastic foils. These ultra-lightweight solar cells are successfully used to power aviation models. Potential future applications include unmanned aerial vehicles—from airplanes to quadcopters and weather balloons—for environmental and industrial monitoring, rescue and emergency response, and tactical security applications.



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