An ion-beam surface sputtering approach to the quest for lead-free metal halide perovskite for solar cells
Metal halide perovskites have been the subject of intense theoretical and experimental research in recent years, due to their huge potential over their silicon-based counterparts for tunable optoelectronic applications in high- tech device innovation. The current best perovskite for solar cell applications, with a power conversion eﬃ- ciency of 22%, methylammonium lead iodide (CH3NH3PbI3), is...
Published at Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B
Published in 2018
Emmanuel Oluwole Oyewande and Akinwumi Akinpelu
Akinpelu Akinwumi » Akinwumi has B.Tech. Honors in pure and applied Physics from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso. He obtained his first masters degree in condensed matter physics from University of Ibadan. In addition, during his Master’s program, he worked on numerical simulation and modeling of solar cells in two Dimensions. He has attended seminars and conferences both locally and... view full profile
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