CsPb(IxBr1− x)3 solar cells

Xue Jia, Chuantian Zuo, Shuxia Tao, Kuan Sun, Yixin Zhao, Shangfeng Yang, Ming Cheng, Mingkui Wang, Yongbo Yuan, Junliang Yang, Feng Gao, Guichuan Xing, Zhanhua Wei, Lijun Zhang, Hin Lap Yip, Mingzhen Liu, Qing Shen, Longwei Yin, Liyuan Han, Shengzhong LiuLianzhou Wang, Jingshan Luo, Hairen Tan, Zhiwen Jin, Liming Ding

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Abstract

Owing to its nice performance, low cost, and simple solution-processing, organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cell (PSC) becomes a promising candidate for next-generation high-efficiency solar cells. The power conversion efficiency (PCE) has boosted from 3.8% to 25.2% over the past ten years. Despite the rapid progress in PCE, the device stability is a key issue that impedes the commercialization of PSCs. Recently, all-inorganic cesium lead halide perovskites have attracted much attention due to their better stability compared with their organic-inorganic counterpart. In this progress report, we summarize the properties of CsPb(IxBr1− x)3 and their applications in solar cells. The current challenges and corresponding solutions are discussed. Finally, we share our perspectives on CsPb(IxBr1− x)3 solar cells and outline possible directions to further improve the device performance.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1532-1539
Number of pages8
JournalScience Bulletin
Volume64
Issue number20
Early online date16 Aug 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2019

Keywords

  • Cesium lead halide perovskites
  • Perovskite solar cells
  • Power conversion efficiency
  • Stability

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