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5 September 2015 The electrodeposition of multilayers on a polymeric substrate in flexible organic photovoltaic solar cells
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Flexible organic photovoltaic solar cells have drawn intense attention due to their advantages over competing solar cell technologies. The method utilized to deposit as well as to integrate solutions and processed materials, manufacturing organic solar cells by the Electrodeposition System, has been presented in this research. In addition, we have demonstrated a successful integration of a process for manufacturing the flexible organic solar cell prototype and we have discussed on the factors that make this process possible. The maximum process temperature was 120°C, which corresponds to the baking of the active polymeric layer. Moreover, the new process of the Electrodeposition of complementary active layer is based on the application of voltage versus time in order to obtain a homogeneous layer with thin film. This thin film was not only obtained by the electrodeposition of PANI-X1 on P3HT/PCBM Blend, but also prepared in perchloric acid solution. Furthermore, these flexible organic photovoltaic solar cells presented power conversion efficiency of 12% and the inclusion of the PANI-X1 layer reduced the effects of degradation on these organic photovoltaic panels induced by solar irradiation. Thus, in the Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), these studies have revealed that the surface of PANI-X1 layers is strongly conditioned by the dielectric surface morphology.
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Andre F. S. Guedes, Vilmar P. Guedes, Monica L. Souza, Simone Tartari, and Idaulo Jose Cunha "The electrodeposition of multilayers on a polymeric substrate in flexible organic photovoltaic solar cells", Proc. SPIE 9561, Thin Films for Solar and Energy Technology VII, 95610N (5 September 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2189872
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