“Molecular glue” strengthens the weak point in perovskite solar cells

Scientists have developed a new, more stable type of perovskite solar cell that uses molecular glue to form strong bonds between its layers

In a relatively short space of time, perovskite solar cells have become a highly promising candidate when it comes to how we might generate electricity in the future, but there are some design problems to overcome first. These largely relate to stability issues that see the cells quickly deteriorating during use, but scientists at Brown University have come up with a way of addressing this by targeting a weak point with something they call molecular glue.

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