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Perovskite Solar Cells with Increased Resistance to Moisture

STRACHALA, D. KRATOCHVÍL, M. HYLSKÝ, J. GAJDOŠ, A. ČUDEK, P. VANĚK, J.

Originální název

Perovskite Solar Cells with Increased Resistance to Moisture

Anglický název

Perovskite Solar Cells with Increased Resistance to Moisture

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en

Originální abstrakt

This article compares two methods of perovskite solar cells manufacturing process due to their resistance against moisture. Two sets of experimental perovskite samples were subjected to the study. Solar cells were exposed to increasing humidity in the climatic chamber. The results have shown that cells manufactured in a 15% relative humidity environment are more resistant to later external environmental influences. The reason is probably in a low moisture presence during the perovskite solar cell production process which contributes to increased resistance against later degradation effects of water molecules.

Anglický abstrakt

This article compares two methods of perovskite solar cells manufacturing process due to their resistance against moisture. Two sets of experimental perovskite samples were subjected to the study. Solar cells were exposed to increasing humidity in the climatic chamber. The results have shown that cells manufactured in a 15% relative humidity environment are more resistant to later external environmental influences. The reason is probably in a low moisture presence during the perovskite solar cell production process which contributes to increased resistance against later degradation effects of water molecules.

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@inproceedings{BUT150510,
  author="Dávid {Strachala} and Matouš {Kratochvíl} and Josef {Hylský} and Adam {Gajdoš} and Pavel {Čudek} and Jiří {Vaněk}",
  title="Perovskite Solar Cells with Increased Resistance to Moisture",
  annote="This article compares two methods of perovskite solar cells manufacturing process due to their resistance against moisture. Two sets of experimental perovskite samples were subjected to the study. Solar cells were exposed to increasing humidity in the climatic chamber. The results have shown that cells manufactured in a 15% relative humidity environment are more resistant to later external environmental influences. The reason is probably in a low moisture presence during the perovskite solar cell production process which contributes to increased resistance against later degradation effects of water molecules.",
  address="The Electrochemical Society",
  booktitle="ECS Transaction",
  chapter="150510",
  doi="10.1149/08701.0199ecst",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electrochemical Society",
  number="6",
  year="2018",
  month="november",
  pages="199--204",
  publisher="The Electrochemical Society",
  type="conference paper"
}