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Staggering increases in the performance of organic–inorganic perovskite solar cells have renewed the interest in these materials. However, further developments and the support from academic and industrial partners will hinge on the reporting of accurate efficiency values.
The rise of metal halide perovskites as light harvesters has stunned the photovoltaic community. As the efficiency race continues, questions on the control of the performance of perovskite solar cells and on its characterization are being addressed.
The epitaxial growth of oxide heterostructures is generally thought to occur in a deterministic fashion. Recent results on the Ruddlesden–Popper phases show this is not always the case, and that a dynamic rearrangement of the layers during growth can spring up surprises.
The dream of printing highly efficient solar cells is closer than ever to being realized. Solvent engineering has enabled the deposition of uniform perovskite semiconductor films that yield greater than 15% power-conversion efficiency.
The optical properties of self-assembled plasmonic nanoparticles can be reversibly tuned by using DNA strands.
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