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Efficient tandem organic solar cells with an intermediate layer
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2008-08-26
2014-11-23

Abstract

We report efficient tandem organic solar cells with an Al and intermediate layer. Such an intermediate layer with optimized thickness (1 nm Al and 15 nm ) has high transparency ( in the range from 350 to 900 nm) and efficient charge collections to realize electric connection in series. For polymer-small molecule tandem cell, due to the summation (1.01 V) of the open-circuit voltages of individual cells and a short-circuit current density of , a power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 2.82% was obtained under illumination, which is larger than either of the individual cells. The PCE reached 3.88% when the tandem cell was illuminated under . Additionally, we applied intermediate layer to realize a solution-processed polymer tandem cell with a high PCE (2.23%). The thick (15 nm) provides a complete protection of the prior-deposited polymer layer from dissolving during the top cell polymer coating.

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Scitation: Efficient tandem organic solar cells with an Al/MoO3 intermediate layer
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