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Recent advances on interface engineering of perovskite solar cells

Author:
Wenjing Yu  Xiaoran Sun  Mu Xiao  Tian Hou  Xu Liu  Bolin Zheng  Hua Yu  Meng Zhang  Yuelong Huang  Xiaojing Hao    


Journal:
纳米研究(英文版)


Issue Date:
2022


Abstract(summary):

Lead halide perovskite solar cells(PSCs)have been rapidly developed in the past decade.Owing to its excellent power conversion efficiency with robust and low-cost fabrication,perovskite quickly becomes one of the most promising candidates for the next-generation photovoltaic technology.With the development of PSCs,the interface engineering has witnessed its increasingly critical role in maximizing the device performance as well as the long-term stability,because the interfaces in PSCs are closely correlated with the defect management,carrier dynamics and surface passivation.This review focuses on interfacial modification between the perovskite active layer and the charge transport layer,as well as the recent advances on high-efficiency and stable PSCs driven by interface engineering strategies.The contributing roles of interface engineering in terms of defect passivation,inhibiting ion migration,optimization of energy band alignment and morphological control are discussed.Finally,based on the latest progress and advances,strategies and opportunities for the future research on interface engineering for PSCs are proposed to promote the development of perovskite photovoltaic technology.


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85-103


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