A new method of making perovskite films for solar cells has been shared in a recently released research paper by researchers from Brown University. It has been informed that the new method produces high-quality films with accurate control that is great for mass production methods. The researchers have explained the method in a study published this week in the Royal Society of Chemistry's Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
"Using other methods, when the thickness gets below 100 nanometers you can hardly make full coverage of film. You can make a film, but you get lots of pinholes”, said Yuanyuan Zhou of Brown University.