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Addressing the Stability of Lead Halide Perovskites

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Joule, Volume: 4, Issue: 8, Pages: 1626 - 1627

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The rapid rise in efficiencies of lead halide perovskite solar cells has hastened the case for commercialization. One of the key barriers, however, is stability of devices. In this issue of Joule, Zhou et al. studied the degradation mechanism of a FA-Cs mixed cation perovskite-based solar cell with...

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ISSN: 2542-4351 2542-4351
Published: Elsevier BV 2020
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description The rapid rise in efficiencies of lead halide perovskite solar cells has hastened the case for commercialization. One of the key barriers, however, is stability of devices. In this issue of Joule, Zhou et al. studied the degradation mechanism of a FA-Cs mixed cation perovskite-based solar cell with experimental and modeling techniques to show that phase separation into FA-rich and Cs-rich compositions account for the observed degradation.
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