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Título : Organic-metal perovskite film development by using a one-step solution method for perovskite solar cells
Autor : Jiménez Franco, Bernardo Antonio
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Tachibana, Yasuhiro
Shabani, Bahman
Palabras clave : ENERGÍAS SUSTENTABLES;ENERGÍA SOLAR;DESARROLLO DE CELDAS SOLARES DE TECNOLOGIA EMERGENTE
Fecha de publicación : 14-nov-2016
Editorial : Melbourne / RMIT University-Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Citación : Jiménez Franco, Bernardo Antonio. (2016). Organic-metal perovskite film development by using a one-step solution method for perovskite solar cells. (Trabajo de titulación de la Maestría en Ingeniería Mecánica de Energías Sustentables). RMIT University-Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Melbourne. 119 p.
Resumen : In the last 7 years, PSC or Perovskite Solar Cells have been developed by various research groups around the globe, and they have become very well-known lately. These technology is considered very promising not only because of the accelerated development during these few years but also because of the reduced production costs that can be achieved if compared to other similar technologies such as silicon solar cells. While some other research groups have been focused on achieving better efficiency each time, this study deals with the fabrication of perovskite solar cells or PSC in air, and the different challenges that arise from the fabrication of these crystalline structure material in air conditions, focusing on the fabrication of the perovskite layer using the one-step method. In this study, a literature review has been conducted in order to understand inorganic-organic solar cells, and the various parameters of control that will change the characteristics of the perovskite film. The outcome of the literature review is the design, and execution of several experiments on the effect changing these fabrication parameters have on this films that are being fabricated without the use of a glove box. Lastly, the results of these experiments will become the base for comparison between methods, parameters and materials that will hopefully help us find patterns that allows for solid conclusions on how the perovskite films are formed.
URI : http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/4282
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