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Xinzheng Lan, Jing Bai, Silvia Masala, Susanna M. Thon, Yuan Ren, Illan J. Kramer, Sjoerd Hoogland, Arash Simchi, Ghada I. Koleilat, Daniel Paz-Soldan, Zhijun Ning, André J. Labelle, Jin Young Kim, Ghassan Jabbour and Edward H. Sargent Self-Assembled, Nanowire Network Electrodes for Depleted Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells Advanced Materials 25

Version of Record online: 6 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201203759

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Herein, a solution-processed, bottom-up-fabricated, nanowire network electrode is developed. This electrode features a ZnO template which is converted into locally connected, infiltratable, TiO2 nanowires. This new electrode is used to build a depleted bulk heterojunction solar cell employing hybrid-passivated colloidal quantum dots. The new electrode allows the application of a thicker, and thus more light-absorbing, colloidal quantum dot active layer, from which charge extraction of an efficiency comparable to that obtained from a thinner, planar device could be obtained.

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