Robust inorganic hole transport materials for organic and perovskite solar cells : insights into materials electronic properties and device performance

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Soultati, Anastasia
Briscoe, Joe
Fotopoulos, Vasileios
Di Girolamo, Diego
Abate, Antonio
Nazeeruddin, Mohammad Khaja
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Interfaces in perovskite and organic solar cells play a central role in advancing efficiency and prolong device durability. They improve charge transport/transfer from the absorber layer to the collecting electrodes, while also blocking the opposite charge carriers, minimize voltage losses by suppressing charge recombination. and may act as buffer/protective layers and nanomorphology regulators for the absorber layer. One such interface is formed by the hole transport layer (HTL) and the organic/perovskite absorber. These HTLs typically consist of organic semiconductors, which, although are solution processable at low temperatures and allow perfect energy‐level alignment with the absorber layer and therefore efficient charge collection, are prone to degradation in ambient conditions and under continuous light exposure. In a quest for robust alternatives, inorganic materials such as metal oxides, graphene oxide, bronzes, copper thiocyanate, and transition metal dichalcogenides are actively investigated. However, their hole extraction capability is inferior compared with organic semiconductors as they possess specific energetics leading to significant charge extraction barriers and moderate charge collection. To achieve further advancements in their hole transporting capabilities, strongly interconnecting knowledge of their synthesis, electronic properties, and device performance metrics is required.

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ISO 690FAKHARUDDIN, Azhar, Maria VASILOPOULOU, Anastasia SOULTATI, Muhammad Irfan HAIDER, Joe BRISCOE, Vasileios FOTOPOULOS, Diego DI GIROLAMO, Antonio ABATE, Lukas SCHMIDT-MENDE, Mohammad Khaja NAZEERUDDIN, 2021. Robust inorganic hole transport materials for organic and perovskite solar cells : insights into materials electronic properties and device performance. In: Solar RRL. Wiley. 2021, 5(1), 2000555. ISSN 2367-198X. eISSN 2367-198X. Available under: doi: 10.1002/solr.202000555
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@article{Fakharuddin2021-01Robus-51751,
  year={2021},
  doi={10.1002/solr.202000555},
  title={Robust inorganic hole transport materials for organic and perovskite solar cells : insights into materials electronic properties and device performance},
  number={1},
  volume={5},
  issn={2367-198X},
  journal={Solar RRL},
  author={Fakharuddin, Azhar and Vasilopoulou, Maria and Soultati, Anastasia and Haider, Muhammad Irfan and Briscoe, Joe and Fotopoulos, Vasileios and Di Girolamo, Diego and Abate, Antonio and Schmidt-Mende, Lukas and Nazeeruddin, Mohammad Khaja},
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