“Critical assessment of carbon pastes for carbon electrode-based perovskite solar cells” is now on Carbon!
Perovskite solar cells using carbon electrodes (C–PSCs) possess the advantageous features of low cost, high stability and a simple fabrication process. They are considered a promising technology for producing cost-effective solar electricity. However, the power conversion efficiency of C–PSCs lags far behind that of the conventional gold-based counterparts due to the inefficient charge transfer and charge collection associated with the carbon electrodes and poor perovskite/carbon interfacial contact. In this review, we summarise the research on the development of CPs for carbon electrodes to achieve desirable properties.
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The work is led by Prof. Hongxia Wang!