Impact of Perovskite Composition on Film Formation Quality and Photophysical Properties for Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells
Author(s): Li, GD (Li, Guangdong); Zou, XP (Zou, Xiaoping); Cheng, J (Cheng, Jin); Chen, D (Chen, Dan); Yao, YJ (Yao, Yujun); Chang, CC (Chang, Chuangchuang); Yu, X (Yu, Xing); Zhou, ZX (Zhou, Zixiao); Wang, JQ (Wang, Junqi); Liu, BY (Liu, Baoyu)
Source: MOLECULES Volume: 25 Issue: 3 Article Number: 732 DOI: 10.3390/molecules25030732 Published: FEB 1 2020
Abstract: In recent years, flexible perovskite solar cells have drawn tremendous attention in the field of wearable devices, and optimization of perovskite composition plays an important role in improving film quality and photophysical properties. At present, some researchers have only studied A-site organic cations mixing or X-site halide anions mixing in the ABX(3) structure of perovskite, but there are few reports on co-mixing of A-site and X-site ions in flexible perovskite solar cells. In this paper, we mainly try to study the effects of different concentrations of mixed formamidine methylamine halide (FA(x)MA(1-x)Br(x)Cl(y)I(1-x-y)) precursor solutions on the quality and photophysical properties of perovskite films under low temperature process. We conclude that the film quality and photophysical properties reached the best results when the optimized precursor solution concentration was 60:6:6. The investigation on composition optimization in this experiment laid the foundation for the improvement of the performance of flexible perovskite solar cells. We also use the results of this experiment to prepare flexible perovskite solar cells based on carbon electrodes, which are expected to be applied in other flexible optoelectronic or electro-optical devices.
Accession Number: WOS:000515384800302
PubMed ID: 32046181
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