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Photovoltaic Properties in Interpenetrating Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells Utilizing MoO3 and ZnO Charge Transport Buffer Layers


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Division of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, 2-1 Yamada-oka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871, Japan





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Abstract Organic thin-film solar cells with a conducting polymer CP-fullerene C60 interpenetrating heterojunction structure, fabricated by spin-coating a CP onto a C60 deposit thin film, have been investigated and demonstrated to have high efficiency. The photovoltaic properties of solar cells with a structure of indium-tin-oxide-C60- poly3-hexylthiophene PAT6-Au have been improved by the insertion of molybdenum trioxide VI MoO3 and zinc oxide charge transport buffer layers. The enhanced photovoltaic properties have been discussed, taking into consideration the ground-state charge transfer between PAT6 and MoO3 by measurement of the differential absorption spectra and the suppressed contact resistance at the interface between the organic and buffer layers. View Full-Text

Keywords: organic solar cells; interpenetrating heterojunction; buffer layers; molybdenum trioxide; zinc oxide organic solar cells; interpenetrating heterojunction; buffer layers; molybdenum trioxide; zinc oxide





Autor: Tetsuro Hori, Hiroki Moritou, Naoki Fukuoka, Junki Sakamoto, Akihiko Fujii * and Masanori Ozaki

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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