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Air-stable inverted flexible polymer solar cells using zinc oxide nanoparticles as an electron selective layer
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The performance and stability of unencapsulated inverted bulk-heterojunction solar cells with zinc oxide (ZnO) made by different processes as the electron selective contact are compared to conventional bulk-heterojunction solar cells. The low temperature processed inverted devices using ZnO nanoparticles on indium tin oxide plastic substrates showed high power conversion efficiency of . This inverted device structure possessed much better stability under ambient conditions retaining over 80% of its original conversion efficiency after while the conventional one showed negligible photovoltaic activity after . This is due to the improved stability at the poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):poly(styrenesulfonate)/Ag interface.
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