Efficient planar heterojunction perovskite solar cells employing a solution-processed Zn-doped NiOx hole transport layer

This study show that the efficiency of perovskite solar cells can be significantly improved by using Zinc-doped nickel xoide instead of regular nickel oxide as hole transport material. Thin film morphology was observed using a scanning electron microscope and the Nanosurf CoreAFM atomic force microscope.

Electrochimica Acta Volume 284, 2018, Pages 253-259

Jae Woong Jung

Thin film morphology of efficient planar heterojunction perovskite solar cells observed with CoreAFM

This study show that the efficiency of perovskite solar cells can be significantly improved by using zinc-doped nickel oxide instead of regular nickel oxide as hole transport material. Thin film morphology was observed using a scanning electron microscope and the Nanosurf CoreAFM atomic force microscope.

Electrochimica Acta

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Flex-Axiom — AFM for materials research

By advancing key technologies and designs, Nanosurf has made the Flex-Axiom one of the most versatile and flexible atomic force microscopes ever, allowing a large variety of materials research applications to be handled with ease. Together with the powerful C3000 controller, complex material characterizations are possible.

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Flex-Bio — AFM for biology and life science

A key success factor in life science research is the combination of multiple techniques. With the Flex-Bio, Nanosurf's Bio AFM, you can combine the AFM imaging, spectroscopy and nanomanipulation capabilities of this system with the high-end optical imaging techniques available for inverted microscopes.