English, Article edition: LONG-TERM OPERATION TESTS OF ORGANIC SOLID-STATE SOLAR CELLS HIROKI SHIOKAWA; MASAAKI YOKOYAMA; MASAHIRO HIRAMOTO

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  • LONG-TERM OPERATION TESTS OF ORGANIC SOLID-STATE SOLAR CELLS
Author
  • HIROKI SHIOKAWA
  • MASAAKI YOKOYAMA
  • MASAHIRO HIRAMOTO
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  • The long-term operation tests of two types of solid-state organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells, pân heterojunction type cells and pâiân junction type cells, were performed. In both cells, a drastic decrease in photocurrent within 1 h was observed in air. This rapid decrease was revealed to be caused by oxygen molecules which act as a electron trap in the electron transporting organic layer. Initial decrease of photocurrent was effectively suppressed under high vacuum (10-7 Torr). In the case of a pân type cell, the decrease in short-circuit photocurrent was only 15% even under prolonged light irradiation of 260 h.
  • Organic solid-state solar cell, long-term operation test, pn junction, pâiân junction, atmospheric effect, oxygen trap
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:14:y:2007:i:04:p:539-542
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