Liquid Contacting as a Method to Study Photovoltaic Properties of PbS Quantum Dot Solids
Journal of Materials Chemistry A
This communication describes electrochemical contacting of PbS quantum dot solids with liquid solutions of fast, outer-sphere redox couples to form both rectifying and non-rectifying junctions. Current–voltage data were consistent with junction formation near the semiconductor/liquid interface. The results are important because they show that electrochemical contacting provides a method to probe photovoltaic properties of quantum dot solids over a wide span of contacting energetics.
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Dereviankin, V. A., & Johansson, E. (2016). Liquid contacting as a method to study photovoltaic properties of PbS quantum dot solids. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 4(23), 9009-9013.