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Vacuum-vapor assisted solution processing has been investigated as a simple and low cost method for preparing perovskite solar cells without a glove box. The devices were prepared in ambient air without using a high vacuum or an inert atmosphere. A maximum efficiency of 12.7% for planar perovskite (CH3NH3PbI3) devices was obtained. The perovskite films could be stored in air (20 °C, ∼50% humidity) for up to 14 days without discoloration or the appearance of crystalline lead iodide in the films.
- Ambient atmosphere
- Perovskite solar cells
- Vapor-assisted solution processing
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- 1 Finished
1/06/10 → 31/05/12
Project: Research council
Cameron, P. (Creator), Casaluci, S. (Data Collector), Kubiak, P. (Researcher), Pockett, A. (Researcher) & Niemann, R. (Researcher), University of Bath, 7 Sept 2015