Perovskite based optoelectronics: molecular design perspectives – a themed collection
Guest Editors Nakita K. Noel and Henry J. Snaith introduce this themed collection of papers.
Molecular engineering of perovskite photodetectors: recent advances in materials and devices
We present an overview of the recent advances in perovskite photodetectors from both the materials and device perspectives.
Surface recombination velocity of methylammonium lead bromide nanowires in anodic aluminium oxide templates
Here we present successful surface passivation of halide perovskite nanowires with anodic aluminum oxide templates.
Surface modification of a hole transporting layer for an efficient perovskite solar cell with an enhanced fill factor and stability
The improvement of the quality of the hole transporting layer (HTL) plays a key role in the fabrication of highly efficient and stable perovskite solar cells (PSCs).
Modification of the fluorinated tin oxide/electron-transporting material interface by a strong reductant and its effect on perovskite solar cell efficiency
An organometallic reductant affords ohmic contact between FTO and a perylene electron-transport material.
Hydrazone-based hole transporting material prepared via condensation chemistry as alternative for cross-coupling chemistry for perovskite solar cells
We introduce a new class of HTMs that are based on a hydrazone-backbone to the field of perovskite solar cells. The simple synthesis allows these materials to be produced at a low-cost.
A practical method for fabricating perovskite solar cells with remarkable water resistance via additive engineering
Perovskite solar cells with superb water resistance fabricated using modified precursor solutions to eliminate methylamine vacancies.
About this collection
Guest Edited by Dr Nakita Noel (Princeton University, USA) and Professor Henry Snaith (University of Oxford, UK), this collection showcases the latest research into how the structure and composition of perovskite materials can affect their chemical and physical properties, as well as how the design and engineering of charge selective layers affects the performance of perovskite-based devices.