Document Type

Article

Date

2005

Embargo Period

10-16-2010

Keywords

solar cells

Language

English

Disciplines

Physics

Description/Abstract

An organic-inorganic hybrid solar cell with a p-i-n stack structure has been investigated. The p-layer was a spin coated film of PEDOT:PSS poly 3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene polystyrenesulfonate. The i-layer was hydrogenated amorphous silicon a-Si:H, and the n-layer was microcrystalline silicon c-Si. The inorganic layers were deposited on top of the organic layer by the hot-wire chemical vapor deposition technique at 200 °C. These hybrid devices exhibited open circuit voltages VOC as large as 0.88 V and solar conversion efficiencies as large as 2.1%. Comparison of these devices with those incorporating a-SiC:H:B p-layers indicates that the organic layer is acting as an electrically ideal p-layer.

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