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Two-page Reports on Science

Cuban Sci. 2022, 3(2): 7–8

Published on 21 Jan 2023 PDF (651K)
Rapid crystallization enables controlled and highly stable hybrid perovskite phase transition
Sandy Sanchez
  • Laboratory of Photomolecular Sciences, Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 1015 Lausanne, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
“Perovskite hybrid semiconductor materials have an enormous potential for growth across the field with promising applications such as thin-film solar cells. Although device stability is the bottleneck of perovskite solar cell technology, recent advances show a promising way to implement future improvements.”


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  2. S. Sánchez, S. Cacovich, G. Vidon, J. Guillemoles, F. Eickemeyer, S. M. Zakeeruddin, J. E. K. Schawe, J. F. Löffler, C. Cayron, P. Schouwink and M. Graetzel, Thermally controlled growth of photoactive FAPbI3 films for highly stable perovskite solar cells, Energy Environ. Sci., 15 (2022) 3862