Fully solution-processed transparent electrodes based on silver nanowire composites for perovskite solar cells

  • Kim A
  • Lee H
  • Kwon H
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We report all-solution-processed transparent conductive electrodes based on Ag nanowire (AgNW)-embedded metal oxide composite films for application in organometal halide perovskite solar cells. To address the thermal instability of Ag nanowires, we used combustive sol-gel derived thin films to construct ZnO/ITO/AgNW/ITO composite structures. The resulting composite configuration effectively prevented the AgNWs from undergoing undesirable side-reactions with halogen ions present in the perovskite precursor solutions that significantly deteriorate the optoelectrical properties of Ag nanowires in transparent conductive films. AgNW-based composite electrodes had a transmittance of ~80% at 550 nm and sheet resistance of 18 Ω sq-1. Perovskite solar cells fabricated using a fully-solution-processed transparent conductive electrode, Au/spiro-OMeTAD/CH3NH3PbI3+m-Al2O3/ ZnO/ITO/AgNW/ITO, exhibited a power conversion efficiency of 8.44% (comparable to that of the FTO/glass-based counterpart at 10.81%) and were stable for 30 days in ambient air. Our results demonstrate the feasibility of using AgNWs as a transparent bottom electrode in perovskite solar cells produced by a fully-printable process.

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  • Areum Kim

  • Hongseuk Lee

  • Hyeok-chan Kwon

  • Hyun Suk Jung

  • Nam-gyu Park

  • Sunho Jeong

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