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A stamped PEDOT:PSS–silicon nanowire hybrid solar cell

By Dr. S. A. Moiz

Hanyang University, South Korea

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Abstract

A novel stamped hybrid solar cell was proposed using the stamping transfer technique by stamping an active PEDOT:PSS thin layer onto the top of silicon nanowires (SiNWs). Compared to a bulk-type counterpart that fully embeds SiNWs inside PEDOT:PSS, an increase in the photovoltaic efficiency was observed by a factor of 4.6, along with improvements in both electrical and optical responses for the stamped hybrid cell. Such improvements for hybrid cells was due to the formation of well-connected and linearly aligned active PEDOT:PSS channels at the top ends of the nanowires after the stamping process. These stamped channels facilitated not only to improve the charge transport, light absorption, but also to decrease the free carriers as well as exciton recombination losses for stamped hybrid solar cells

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  • Dr. S. A. Moiz (2013), "A stamped PEDOT:PSS–silicon nanowire hybrid solar cell," http://nanohub.org/resources/13832.

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