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Wearable Electronics: Wearable Large-Scale Perovskite Solar-Power Source via Nanocellular Scaffold (Adv. Mater. 42/2017)

Wearable Electronics: Wearable Large-Scale Perovskite Solar-Power Source via Nanocellular Scaffold (Adv. Mater. 42/2017)
Yanlin Song, Xue Zhou, Wanjie Ren, Meng Su, Yiwang Chen, Yang Wang, Fengyu Li, Zengqi Huang, Xiaotian Hu, Mingzhu Li, Zhandong Huang, Pengwei Li
In article number 1703236, Fengyu Li, Yanlin Song, and co-workers report hysteresis-free, flexible, and large-scale perovskite solar cells with recorded photoelectric conversion efficiencies of 12.3% for a 1 cm2 single chip and 8.4% for a 24 cm2 solar module. This is the first time that a wearable solar power source that can supply power for multifunction electronic devices with a variety of body movements is fabricated practically.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201770308

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