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The majority of hole‐transporting layers used in n‐i‐p perovskite solar cells contain 4‐tert butylpyridine (tBP). High power‐conversion efficiencies and, in particular, good steady‐state performance appears to be contingent on the inclusion of this additive. On the quest to improve the steady...
The low efficiency of the electrocatalytic oxidation of water to O2 (oxygen evolution reaction‐OER) is considered as one of the major roadblocks for the storage of electricity from renewable sources in form of molecular fuels like H2 or hydrocarbons. Especially in acidic environments, compatible...
Two‐step solar thermochemical fuel production has the potential to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and replace fossil fuels. The success of the technology relies on the development of materials with high thermochemical efficiency. Perovskites with the general structure ABO3 have received...
Transition metal layered oxides are promising cathode materials for sodium‐ion batteries. Phase transitions involving different stacking sequences of the oxide layers often plague the electrochemistry of these materials during cycling, which strongly impacts in their electrochemical performance....
The trends in miniaturization of electronic devices give rise to the attention of energy harvesting technologies that gathers tiny wattages of power. Here this study demonstrates an ultrathin flexible single electrode triboelectric nanogenerator (S‐TENG) which not only could harvest mechanical...
All‐polymer solar cells (all‐PSCs) utilizing p‐type polymers as electron‐donors and n ‐typepolymers as electron‐acceptors have attracted a great deal of attention, and their efficiencies have been improved considerably. Here, five polymer donors with different molecular orientations are...
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