Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1109/IVESC.2010.5644114
Title: Interface modification using solution-processed liquid-functionalized carbon nanoparticles for highly efficient polymer solar cells
Authors: Chen, X. 
Yang, J. 
Loh, K.P. 
Zhu, F.
Zhuo, S.
Pan, L.
Issue Date: 2010
Citation: Chen, X.,Yang, J.,Loh, K.P.,Zhu, F.,Zhuo, S.,Pan, L. (2010). Interface modification using solution-processed liquid-functionalized carbon nanoparticles for highly efficient polymer solar cells. Proceedings - 2010 8th International Vacuum Electron Sources Conference and Nanocarbon, IVESC 2010 and NANOcarbon 2010 : 411-412. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/IVESC.2010.5644114
Abstract: Polymer solar cells (PSCs) have potential to substitute for silicon-based solar cells due to low cost large-area vacuum-free printing technology. However PSCs for commercial use are limited due to low efficiency, furthermore sacrificing to their efficiency when only high work function metal, such as Al and Ag, as cathode is directly deposited or printed onto the active layer. To flexibly choose electrode materials and enhance the performance of PSCs, the modified layer such as LiF, SiOx, Au/LiF [l] was thermally deposited on top of active layers before depositing Al cathode. This successive vacuum deposition technique can greatly increase its cost of fabrication. To finally realize low cost and vacuum-free printing techniques for PSCs, solution processable materials, such as TiOx and poly(ethylene oxide), have been developed to modify the cathode, which can greatly improve the power conversion efficiency (PCE). © 2010 IEEE.
Source Title: Proceedings - 2010 8th International Vacuum Electron Sources Conference and Nanocarbon, IVESC 2010 and NANOcarbon 2010
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/77454
ISBN: 9781424466429
DOI: 10.1109/IVESC.2010.5644114
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