MOFs based on the application and challenges of perovskite solar cells

iScience. 2021 Aug 30;24(9):103069. doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.103069. eCollection 2021 Sep 24.


In recent years, perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have attracted much attention because of their high energy conversion efficiency, low cost, and simple preparation process. Up to now, the photoelectric conversion efficiency of solar cells has been increased from 3.8% to 25.5%. Metal-organic skeleton-derived metal oxides and their composites (MOFs) are widely considered for application in PSCs due to their low and flat charge/discharge potential plateau, high capacity, and stable cycling performance. By combining MOFs and PSCs, based on the composition materials of perovskite film, electron transport layer, hole transport layer, and interfacial interlayer of PSCs, this article discusses the photovoltaic performance or structure optimization effect of MOFs in each function layer, which is of great significance to improve the photovoltaic performance of the cell. The problems faced by MOFs on perovskite solar cells are summarized, the next research directions are discussed, and the development of this crossover area of MOFs-PSC is foreseen to accelerate the comprehensive research and popularization of MOFs on PSCs.

PMID:34568791 | PMC:PMC8449091 | DOI:10.1016/j.isci.2021.103069


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