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Fabrication and Application of Nano-Semiconductor Optoelectronic Materials/Devices

A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049). This special issue belongs to the section "Nanochemistry".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 998

Special Issue Editor

Faculty of Science, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100124, China
Interests: semiconductor photoelectric device; perovskite solar cells; defect; interface modification; photoelectric conversion efficiency

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Nano-optoelectronic devices are one of the main branches in the field of nano-semiconductor optoelectronic technology. The fabrication method, chemical synthesis, working principle and application of various nano-optoelectronic devices are studied. This field covers a wide range, such as quantum dot laser, quantum dot solar cell, etc., and has a wide range of application prospects.

The purpose of this special issue is to conduct an extensive research survey on the latest advances in nano-optoelectronic devices. Original research articles or reviews are welcome to discuss the preparation and application of various nano-optoelectronic devices.

Dr. Hongli Gao
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • optoelectronic devices
  • photoelectric property
  • preparation method
  • physical mechanism
  • application prospect

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Defects and Defect Passivation in Perovskite Solar Cells
by Zhanwei Wang, Hongli Gao, Dandan Wu, Junhua Meng, Jinxiang Deng and Min Cui
Molecules 2024, 29(9), 2104; https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules29092104 - 2 May 2024
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Abstract
Perovskite solar cells have made significant strides in recent years. However, there are still challenges in terms of photoelectric conversion efficiency and long-term stability associated with perovskite solar cells. The presence of defects in perovskite materials is one of the important influencing factors [...] Read more.
Perovskite solar cells have made significant strides in recent years. However, there are still challenges in terms of photoelectric conversion efficiency and long-term stability associated with perovskite solar cells. The presence of defects in perovskite materials is one of the important influencing factors leading to subpar film quality. Adopting additives to passivate defects within perovskite materials is an effective approach. Therefore, we first discuss the types of defects that occur in perovskite materials and the mechanisms of their effect on performance. Then, several types of additives used in perovskite solar cells are discussed, including ionic compounds, organic molecules, polymers, etc. This review provides guidance for the future development of more sustainable and effective additives to improve the performance of solar cells. Full article
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