The "Perovskite Solar Cells: Technology and Practices" book covers perovskite solar panel basics and provides up-to-date research. This book provides a broad and overall picture of perovskite solar cells (PSCs), starting with the history of development and revolution of PSCs. The authors then delve into electron-transporting materials, hole-transporting materials, and lead-free alternatives. An important chapter on tandem solar cells is also included.
This book embraces a variety of materials concepts, from nanostructured and highly disordered organic materials to lead halide perovskite solar cells to provide an explanation of the operation of photovoltaic devices from a broad perspective.
This book discusses perovskite solar cells, with an emphasis on a highly unique perovskite solar cell structure and the special properties of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites.
The book was written by Lioz Etgar from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. Etgar's research group focuses on the development of innovative solar cells.
This book covers the fundamentals of organometal perovskite materials and their photovoltaics, including materials preparation and device fabrications.
The book emphases halide perovskites, and it also discusses the opto-electronic properties of perovskite materials and recent progress in perovskite solar cells are described.
This new book describes both the crystallography and properties of perovskite related materials. It further describes the practical applications in solar cells, microelectronics and telecommunications. The book draws on materials science, chemistry, physics, and geology, and contains problems and answers to enhance knowledge retention.
The main purpose of this book is to introduce the phenomenon and physics of complex magnetism (phase separation, spin glass, frustrations, etc.) in perovskite manganites and cobaltites via an experimental approach.
The gives an introduction to magnetic perovskites and describes the results of the investigations on electronic phase separation and glassy ferromagnetism of the hole-doped perovskite manganites and cobaltites. The book also discusses ordered and disordered effects and related aspects in hole-doped perovskite cobaltites and bismuth based magnetic perovskites.
The book is arranged in six chapters. The first chapter gives a general introduction and a brief review of ferroelectrics especially the perovskite and layered perovskite ferroelectric ceramics. The second chapter describes the dielectric diffuseness and impedance spectroscopy study of CuNb2O6 incorporated BaTiO3.