In this Letter, we report on a new nanofabrication technology to yield highly arrayed nanoelectrodes for organic–inorganic solar cells that promise new levels of performance and efficiency. This technology efficiently controls the effective area of highly arrayed nanoelectrodes and allows for the maximum incorporation of organic materials within the voids. Particularly the 3D parameters such as thickness, spacing, and height of the nanostructures are controlled non-lithographically by atomic layer deposition technology.
New template based device structure with nanoelectrode arrays for organic/inorganic photovoltaic applications.
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