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Title: Transparent electrode for organic solar cells using multilayer structures with nanoporous silver film
Authors: Pei-Kuen Wei
Wei-Feng Xua
Chun-Chieh Chi
Ding-Wei Hung
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Keywords: Organic photovoltaic
Transparent electrodes
Nanoporous silver film
Deposition rate
Date: 2013-08
Issue Date: 2018-07-18T02:15:32Z
Publisher: SOLAR ENERGY MATERIALS AND SOLAR CELLS
Abstract: Abstract: A transparent electrode consists of nanoporous silver thin film and molybdenum oxide was developed for transparent anode with advantages of low cost, large-area processing and room-temperature fabrication. High density nanoporous silver film was fabricated by controlling thickness and deposition rate during thermal evaporation. With silver thickness of 10 nm and 5 Å/s deposition rate, the MoOx/nanoporous Ag/MoOx multilayer structure achieved ~9 Ω/sq sheet resistance and ~70% transparency. Compared to the indium—tin-oxide (ITO) anode, the nanoporous anode/SubPc/C60/BCP/Al photovoltaic device has an enhanced surface-plasmon absorption and a higher fill factor. Although its transparency is lower than ITO, the nanoporous anode achieved 3.45% power conversion efficiency, comparable to ITO-based devices.
Relation: Volume 118, November 2013, Pages 81-89
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/47394
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