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Carbon nanotube network electrodes enabling efficient organic solar cells without a hole transport layer
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We report on the effects of replacing both (ITO) and the hole transport layer (HTL) in organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells with single-walled carbon nanotube(SWNT) network transparent electrodes. We have produced an OPV device without an HTL exhibiting an NREL-certified efficiency of 2.65% and a short-circuit current density of . Our results demonstrate that SWNT networks can be used to replace both ITO and the HTL in efficient OPV devices and that the HTL serves distinctly different roles in ITO- and SWNT-based devices.
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