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Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking

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Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking. / Hashmi, Syed Ghufran; Tiihonen, Armi; Martineau, David; Özkan, Merve; Vivo, Paola; Kaunisto, Kimmo; Vainio, Ulla; Zakeeruddin, Shaik Mohammed; Grätzel, Micheal.

In: Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 5, No. 10, 2017, p. 4797-4802.

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Harvard

Hashmi, SG, Tiihonen, A, Martineau, D, Özkan, M, Vivo, P, Kaunisto, K, Vainio, U, Zakeeruddin, SM & Grätzel, M 2017, 'Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking', Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol. 5, no. 10, pp. 4797-4802. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6TA10605F

APA

Hashmi, S. G., Tiihonen, A., Martineau, D., Özkan, M., Vivo, P., Kaunisto, K., ... Grätzel, M. (2017). Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5(10), 4797-4802. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6TA10605F

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Hashmi SG, Tiihonen A, Martineau D, Özkan M, Vivo P, Kaunisto K et al. Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2017;5(10):4797-4802. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6TA10605F

Author

Hashmi, Syed Ghufran ; Tiihonen, Armi ; Martineau, David ; Özkan, Merve ; Vivo, Paola ; Kaunisto, Kimmo ; Vainio, Ulla ; Zakeeruddin, Shaik Mohammed ; Grätzel, Micheal. / Long term stability of air processed inkjet infiltrated carbon-based printed perovskite solar cells under intense ultra-violet light soaking. In: Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2017 ; Vol. 5, No. 10. pp. 4797-4802.

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