2D-Self-Assembled Organic Materials in Undoped Hole Transport Bilayers for Efficient Inverted Perovskite Solar Cells.

ACS applied materials & interfaces(2023)

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Interfaces between photoactive perovskite layer and selective contacts play a key role in the performance of perovskite solar cells (PSCs). The properties of the interface can be modified by the introduction of molecular interlayers between the halide perovskite and the transporting layers. Herein, two novel structurally related molecules, 1,3,5-tris(α-carbolin-6-yl)benzene () and the hexamethylated derivative of truxenotris(7-azaindole) (), are reported. Both molecules have the ability to self-assemble through reciprocal hydrogen bond interactions, but they have different degrees of conformational freedom. The benefits of combining these tripodal 2D-self-assembled small molecular materials with well-known hole transporting layers (HTLs), such as PEDOT:PSS and PTAA, in PSCs with inverted configuration are described. The use of these molecules, particularly the more rigid , enhanced the charge extraction efficiency and reduced the charge recombination. Consequently, an improved photovoltaic performance was achieved in comparison to the devices fabricated with the standard HTLs.
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undoped hole transport bilayers,perovskite,organic materials,d-self-assembled
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