Role of bromine doping on the photovoltaic properties and microstructures of CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite solar cells

  • Suzuki A
  • Okada H
  • Oku T
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Abstract

Organic-inorganic\r
hybrid heterojunction solar cells containing CH3NH3PbI3\r
perovskite compound were fabricated using mesoporous TiO2 as the electronic transporting layer and spirobifluorence as the hole-transporting layer. The purpose of the present study is to investigate role of bromine (Br) doping on the photovoltaic properties and microstructure of CH3NH3PbI3\r
perovskite\r
solar cells. Photovoltaic, optical properties and microstructures of perovskite-based solar cells were investigated. The X-ray diffraction identified crystal structure of the perovskite layer doped with Br in the solar cell. Scanning electron microscopy observation showed a different behavior of surface morphology and the perovskite\r
crystal structure on the TiO2 mesoporous structure depending on extent amount of hydrogen doping of Br. The role of bromide halogen doping on the perovskite\r
crystal structure and photovoltaic properties was due to improvement of carrier mobility, optimization of electron structure, band gap related with the photovoltaic parameters of V\r
oc\r
, J\r
sc\r
and η. Energy diagram and photovoltaic mechanism of the perovskite\r
solar cells varied with halogen doping was discussed by experimental results.

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Authors

  • Atsushi Suzuki

  • Hiroshi Okada

  • Takeo Oku

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