Polymer Solar Cells with a Low-Temperature-Annealed SolÃ¢Gel-Derived MoOx Film as a Hole Extraction Layer
High power-conversion efficiencies (PCEs) from polymer solar cells with a low-temperature-annealed sol–gel-derived molybdenum oxide (S-MoOx) thin film as a buffer layer demonstrate that the S-MoOx (i.e., solution-processed) thin film can serve as the hole extraction layer in polymer solar cells in the quest for high performance.
Advanced Energy Materials
Yang, Tingbin; Wang, Ming; Cao, Yan; Huang, Fei; Huang, Lin; Peng, Junbiao; Gong, Xiong; Cheng, Stephen Z. D.; and Cao, Yong, "Polymer Solar Cells with a Low-Temperature-Annealed SolÃ¢Gel-Derived MoOx Film as a Hole Extraction Layer" (2012). Polymer Engineering Faculty Research. 1150.