About this Research Topic
The most suitable metal cation for highly efficient PSCs is lead (Pb2+), which gives rise to environmental problem if it is not disposed or recycled properly after usage. Thus, effort on exploring non-lead perovskites is also very important for the development of perovskite-based solar cells. The extensive researches mentioned above will give insight to understand the nature of organic–inorganic halide perovskites and speed up the commercialization of PSCs.
In this Research Topic, we welcome submissions regarding
• new preparation methods of perovskite thin film/single crystal with high reproducibility
• perovskite/device structure optimization
• flexible/semi-transparent perovskites
• energetic aspects at interfaces
• charge transport/injection properties
• defect properties
• photo-physics such as emission and recombination,
• unusual phenomena such as hysteresis and ion migration
• theoretical calculation/simulation
• scale-up production methods for industrialization
We also welcome contributions regarding environment assessment of PSCs, exploration of lead-free perovskites, degradation issues, methods for expending life span of PSCs, etc.
The format of submissions can be original research articles and reviews.
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Keywords: New energy, Solar cells, Metal halide perovskite, Scale-up, Commercialization
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