NewsA new modifier increases the efficiency of perovskite solar
cells

9th February 2021by admin0
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The research team of NUST MISIS has presented an
improved structure of perovskite solar cells. Scientists have
modified perovskite-based solar cells using MXenes—thin
two-dimensional titanium carbides with high electrical
conductivity. The MXenes-based modified cells showed superior
performance, with power conversion efficiency exceeding 19% (the
reference demonstrated 17%) and improved stabilized power output
with respect to reference devices. The results have been published
in the Nano Energy journal.

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