Modulating the electron transporting properties of Subphthalocyanines for inverted perovskite solar cells
EntityUAM. Departamento de Química Orgánica
10.3389/fchem.2022.886522Frontiers in Chemistry 10 (2022): 886522
ProjectGobierno de España. CTQ2017-85393-; Gobierno de España. SEV-2016-0686
SubjectsPerovskite Solar Cells; Solar Cell; Formamidine; Química
Rights© 2022 Labella, Momblona, Čulík, López-Serrano, Kanda, Nazeeruddin and Torres
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The lack of organic non-fullerene ETMs with good electron transport and device stability is an important problem for the further development and commercialization of perovskite solar cells. Herein, the use of SubPcs as ETMs in PSCs is explored. To this end, we analyze the influence of SubPc peripheral functionalization on the efficiency and stability of p-i-n PSCs. Specifically, ETMs based on three SubPcs (with either six or twelve peripheral fluorine and chlorine atoms) have been incorporated into PSCs with the perovskite layer deposited by solution processing (CsFAMAPbIBr). The device performance and morphology of these devices are deeply analyzed using several techniques, and the interfacial effects induced by the SubPcs are studied using photoluminescence and TR-PL. It is observed that the device stability is significantly improved upon insertion the SubPc layer. Moreover, the impact of the SubPc layer-thickness is assessed. Thus, a maximum power conversion efficiency of 13.6% was achieved with the champion device
Google Scholar:Labella Santodomingo, Jorge - Momblona, Cristina - Pavelb, Čulík - López-Serrano, Elisa - Kanda, Hiroyuki - Nazeeruddin, Mohammad Khaja - Torres Cebada, Tomás
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