Mesoporous perovskite solar cells with Al- and Zn-based metal-organic frameworks
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AbstractThe improvement of lead halide perovskites solar cells (PSC) by hydrophobic metal-organic frameworks (MOF) is one of the promising tools for modern photovoltaic technology to achieve stable and efficient thin-film devices. To show the MOF applicability for PSC, we incorporate two types of MOF: NH2-MIL-53(Al) and basolite Z1200 in n-i-p mesoporous MAPbI3 based solar cells that can add 2.2% efficiency by increasing main photovoltaic parameters. The simplicity of the proposed MOF's integration allows to use and adopt this approach to incorporate other frameworks for thin-film perovskite devices.
CitationFurasova, A.D., Hix, G., Makarov, S.V. and Di Carlo, A. (2021) Mesoporous perovskite solar cells with Al- and Zn-based metal-organic frameworks. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2015 012042.
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
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SponsorsThe work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (19-73-30023).
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