The fabrication of high-quality cesium (Cs)/formamidinium (FA) double-cation perovskite films through a two-step interdiffusion method is reported. CsxFA1-xPbI3-y(1-x)Bry(1-x) films with different compositions are achieved by controlling the amount of CsI and formamidinium bromide (FABr) in the respective precursor solutions. The effects of incorporating Cs+ and Br− on the properties of the resulting perovskite films and on the performance of the corresponding perovskite solar cells are systematically studied.
Small area perovskite solar cells with a power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 19.3% and a perovskite module (4 cm2) with an aperture PCE of 16.4%, using the Cs/FA double cation perovskite made with 10 mol% CsI and 15 mol% FABr (Cs0.1FA0.9PbI2.865Br0.135) are achieved. The Cs/FA double cation perovskites show negligible degradation after annealing at 85 °C for 336 h, outperforming the perovskite materials containing methylammonium (MA).
Qiu, W., Ray, A., Jaysankar, M., Merckx, T., Bastos, J.P., Cheyns, D., Gehlhaar, R., Poortmans, J. and Heremans, P., 2017. An Interdiffusion Method for Highly Performing Cesium/Formamidinium Double Cation Perovskites. Advanced Functional Materials.
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