Polymer photovoltaic cell using TiO2/G-PEDOT nanocomplex film as electrode

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Using TiO 2 /G-PEDOT (PEDOT/PSS doped with glycerol) nanocomplex film as a substitute for metal electrode in organic photovoltaic cell is described. Indium tin oxide (ITO) worked as cathode and TiO 2 /G-PEDOT nanocomplex works as anode. The thickness of TiO 2 layer in nanocomplex greatly affects the act of this nonmetallic electrode of the device. To enhance its performance, this inverted organic photovoltaic cell uses another TiO 2 layer as electron selective layer contacted to ITO coated glass substrates. All films made by solution processing techniques are coated on the transparent substrate (glass) with a conducting film ITO. The efficiency of this solar cell is compared with the conventional device using Al as electrode.

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Liang, C. J., Xie, F. X., He, Z. Q., & Tao, Y. L. (2008). Polymer photovoltaic cell using TiO2/G-PEDOT nanocomplex film as electrode. International Journal of Photoenergy, 2008. https://doi.org/10.1155/2008/415861

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