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Semitransparent organic solar cells with hybrid monolayer graphene/metal grid as top electrodes
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Hybrid transparent monolayer graphene/metal grid is proposed as top electrode of semitransparent organic solar cells. The hybrid electrode using gold grid on flexible polyethylene terephthalate substrate shows very low sheet resistance of 22 ± 3 Ω/□ and high optical transmittance of 81.4%, which is comparable to conventional indium tin oxide/glass electrode. Using lamination process, the layer of poly(3,4-ethylenedioythiophene):poly(styrenesulfonate) doped with D-sorbitol plays an important role in the electrical performance of the laminated devices. In addition, the devices show best power convention efficiency of 3.1% and fill factor of 55.0%, which are much better than those of similar graphene-based semitransparent organic solar cells.
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