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Research highlights: Perovskites

  • Prachi Patel (a1) and Pabitra K. Nayak (a2)
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Perovskite solar cells are at the edge of commercial success. Device efficiency records break at a regular pace, while stability and optimization is progressing rapidly. The first commercial products could reach the market by 2020, just a decade since perovskite photovoltaics were first discovered. MRS Bulletin usually presents the impact of recent advances in the burgeoning field of perovskite research every quarter. This special October addendum is indicative of the breathtaking pace of perovskite research.

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Perovskite solar cells are at the edge of commercial success. Device efficiency records break at a regular pace, while stability and optimization is progressing rapidly. The first commercial products could reach the market by 2020, just a decade since perovskite photovoltaics were first discovered. MRS Bulletin usually presents the impact of recent advances in the burgeoning field of perovskite research every quarter. This special October addendum is indicative of the breathtaking pace of perovskite research.

Research highlights: Perovskites

  • Prachi Patel (a1) and Pabitra K. Nayak (a2)

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