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Lining He – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • high efficiency si polymer hybrid solar cells based on synergistic surface texturing of si nanowires on pyramids
    Small, 2012
    Co-Authors: Lining He, Hao Wang, Changyun Jiang

    Abstract:

    An efficient Si/PEDOT:PSS hybrid solar cell using synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires (SiNWs) on pyramids is demonstrated. A power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 9.9% is achieved from the cells using the SiNW/pyramid Binary Structure, which is much higher than similar cells based on planar Si, pyramid-textured Si, and SiNWs. The PCE is the highest reported to-date for hybrid cells based on Si nanoStructures and PEDOT.

  • High-efficiency Si/polymer hybrid solar cells based on synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires on pyramids
    Small, 2012
    Co-Authors: Lining He, Donny Lai, Hao Wang, Changyun Jiang

    Abstract:

    An efficient Si/PEDOT:PSS hybrid solar cell using synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires (SiNWs) on pyramids is demonstrated. A power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 9.9% is achieved from the cells using the SiNW/pyramid Binary Structure, which is much higher than similar cells based on planar Si, pyramid-textured Si, and SiNWs. The PCE is the highest reported to-date for hybrid cells based on Si nanoStructures and PEDOT. © 2012 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

Daniel C Fredrickson – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • homoatomic clustering in t4ga5 t ta nb ta mo a story of reluctant intermetallics crystallizing in a new Binary Structure type
    ChemInform, 2015
    Co-Authors: Rie T Fredrickson, Brandon J Kilduff, Daniel C Fredrickson

    Abstract:

    Ta4Ga5, Nb4Ga5, and Ta3.86Mo0.14Ga5 are prepared from the elements (850—1100 °C, 198—700 h) and characterized by powder and single crystal XRD, EDS, electron probe microanalysis, and DFT electronic Structure calculations.

  • homoatomic clustering in t4ga5 t ta nb ta mo a story of reluctant intermetallics crystallizing in a new Binary Structure type
    Inorganic Chemistry, 2015
    Co-Authors: Rie T Fredrickson, Brandon J Kilduff, Daniel C Fredrickson

    Abstract:

    In the formation of Binary compounds, heteroatomic interactions are generally expected to play the leading role in providing stability. In this Article, we present a series of gallides, T4Ga5 (T = Ta, Nb, and Ta/Mo), which appear to defy this expectation. Their complex crystal Structures represent a new Binary Structure type (to the best of our knowledge),, which can be visualized in terms of a host lattice of T@T8 body centered cubic (bcc) clusters linked through face-capping Ga2 dumbbells to form a primitive cubic framework. The cubic spaces that result are alternately filled by distorted T pentagonal dodecahedra (sharing atoms with the host lattice) and dimers of bcc fragments, leading to a √2 × √2 × 2 supercell of the host framework Structure. Ga tetrahedra and icosahedral units fill the remaining void spaces. Underlying these structural features is a strong tendency for homoatomic clustering of Ta and Ga, which is evident in all of the coordination polyhedra. Electronic Structure calculations using d…

  • Homoatomic Clustering in T4Ga5 (T = Ta, Nb, Ta/Mo): A Story of Reluctant Intermetallics Crystallizing in a New Binary Structure Type
    Inorganic Chemistry, 2014
    Co-Authors: Rie T Fredrickson, Brandon J Kilduff, Daniel C Fredrickson

    Abstract:

    In the formation of Binary compounds, heteroatomic interactions are generally expected to play the leading role in providing stability. In this Article, we present a series of gallides, T4Ga5 (T = Ta, Nb, and Ta/Mo), which appear to defy this expectation. Their complex crystal Structures represent a new Binary Structure type (to the best of our knowledge),, which can be visualized in terms of a host lattice of T@T8 body centered cubic (bcc) clusters linked through face-capping Ga2 dumbbells to form a primitive cubic framework. The cubic spaces that result are alternately filled by distorted T pentagonal dodecahedra (sharing atoms with the host lattice) and dimers of bcc fragments, leading to a √2 × √2 × 2 supercell of the host framework Structure. Ga tetrahedra and icosahedral units fill the remaining void spaces. Underlying these structural features is a strong tendency for homoatomic clustering of Ta and Ga, which is evident in all of the coordination polyhedra. Electronic Structure calculations using d…

Changyun Jiang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • high efficiency si polymer hybrid solar cells based on synergistic surface texturing of si nanowires on pyramids
    Small, 2012
    Co-Authors: Lining He, Hao Wang, Changyun Jiang

    Abstract:

    An efficient Si/PEDOT:PSS hybrid solar cell using synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires (SiNWs) on pyramids is demonstrated. A power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 9.9% is achieved from the cells using the SiNW/pyramid Binary Structure, which is much higher than similar cells based on planar Si, pyramid-textured Si, and SiNWs. The PCE is the highest reported to-date for hybrid cells based on Si nanoStructures and PEDOT.

  • High-efficiency Si/polymer hybrid solar cells based on synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires on pyramids
    Small, 2012
    Co-Authors: Lining He, Donny Lai, Hao Wang, Changyun Jiang

    Abstract:

    An efficient Si/PEDOT:PSS hybrid solar cell using synergistic surface texturing of Si nanowires (SiNWs) on pyramids is demonstrated. A power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 9.9% is achieved from the cells using the SiNW/pyramid Binary Structure, which is much higher than similar cells based on planar Si, pyramid-textured Si, and SiNWs. The PCE is the highest reported to-date for hybrid cells based on Si nanoStructures and PEDOT. © 2012 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.