Inkjet printing of transparent InZnSnO conducting electrodes from nano-particle ink for printable organic photovoltaics

Publication year: 2011 Source: Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Available online 16 December 2011 Jihoon Kim, Seok-In Na, Han-Ki Kim We have demonstrated inkjet-printed indium–zinc–tin-oxide (IZTO) electrodes using IZTO nanoparticle ink for printable organic solar cells (OSCs). By inkjetting of nanosize IZTO particles and rapid thermal annealing (RTA) of the inkjet-printed IZTO films, we were able to obtain directly patterned IZTO transparent conducting electrodes with a sheet resistance of 20.6 Ω/square and an average transmittance of 81.29% without using a conventional photolithography process

Publication year: 2011 Source: Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Available online 16 December 2011 Jihoon Kim, Seok-In Na, Han-Ki Kim We have demonstrated inkjet-printed indium–zinc–tin-oxide (IZTO) electrodes using IZTO nanoparticle ink for printable organic solar cells (OSCs). By inkjetting of nanosize IZTO particles and rapid thermal annealing (RTA) of the inkjet-printed IZTO films, we were able to obtain directly patterned IZTO transparent conducting electrodes with a sheet resistance of 20.6 Ω/square and an average transmittance of 81.29% without using a conventional photolithography process

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Inkjet printing of transparent InZnSnO conducting electrodes from nano-particle ink for printable organic photovoltaics