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Novel Method of Aluminum to Copper Bonding by Cold Spray EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 27 (4) , 624-640 | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY
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Cold spray bonding (CSB) has been proposed as a new method for joining aluminum and copper. At high speeds, solid Al particles impacted the groove between the two substrates to form a bond between Al and Cu. Compared to traditional welding technologies, CSB does not form distinct intermetallic compounds. Large stainless steel particles were introduced into the spray powders as in situ shot peen particles to create a dense Al deposit and to improve the bond strength of joints. It was discovered that introducing shot peen particles significantly improved the flattening ratio of the deposited Al particles. Increasing the proportion of shot peen particles from 0 to 70 vol.% decreased the porosity of the deposits from 12.4 to 0.2%, while the shear strength of joints significantly increased. The tensile test results of the Al-Cu joints demonstrated that cracks were initiated at the interface between the Al and the deposit. The average tensile strength was 71.4 MPa and could reach 81% of the tensile strength of pure Al.

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dissimilar metal joint mechanical property in situ shot peening cold spraying microstructure

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GB/T 7714 Fu, Si-Lin , Li, Cheng-Xin , Wei, Ying-Kang et al. Novel Method of Aluminum to Copper Bonding by Cold Spray [J]. | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (4) : 624-640 .
MLA Fu, Si-Lin et al. "Novel Method of Aluminum to Copper Bonding by Cold Spray" . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 27 . 4 (2018) : 624-640 .
APA Fu, Si-Lin , Li, Cheng-Xin , Wei, Ying-Kang , Luo, Xiao-Tao , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Chang-Jiu et al. Novel Method of Aluminum to Copper Bonding by Cold Spray . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (4) , 624-640 .
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Improving Erosion Resistance of Plasma-Sprayed Ceramic Coatings by Elevating the Deposition Temperature Based on the Critical Bonding Temperature EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 27 (1-2) , 25-34 | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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Interlamellar bonding within plasma-sprayed coatings is one of the most important factors dominating the properties and performance of coatings. The interface bonding between lamellae significantly influences the erosion behavior of plasma-sprayed ceramic coatings. In this study, TiO2 and Al2O3 coatings with different microstructures were deposited at different deposition temperatures based on the critical bonding temperature concept. The erosion behavior of ceramic coatings was investigated. It was revealed that the coatings prepared at room temperature exhibit a typical lamellar structure with numerous unbonded interfaces, whereas the coatings deposited at the temperature above the critical bonding temperature present a dense structure with well-bonded interfaces. The erosion rate decreases sharply with the improvement of interlamellar bonding when the deposition temperature increases to the critical bonding temperature. In addition, the erosion mechanisms of ceramic coatings were examined. The unbonded interfaces in the conventional coatings act as pre-cracks accelerating the erosion of coatings. Thus, controlling interlamellar bonding formation based on the critical bonding temperature is an effective approach to improve the erosion resistance of plasma-sprayed ceramic coatings.

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ceramic coating critical bonding temperature erosion resistance interlamellar bonding plasma spray

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GB/T 7714 Yao, Shu-Wei , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin et al. Improving Erosion Resistance of Plasma-Sprayed Ceramic Coatings by Elevating the Deposition Temperature Based on the Critical Bonding Temperature [J]. | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (1-2) : 25-34 .
MLA Yao, Shu-Wei et al. "Improving Erosion Resistance of Plasma-Sprayed Ceramic Coatings by Elevating the Deposition Temperature Based on the Critical Bonding Temperature" . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 27 . 1-2 (2018) : 25-34 .
APA Yao, Shu-Wei , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu . Improving Erosion Resistance of Plasma-Sprayed Ceramic Coatings by Elevating the Deposition Temperature Based on the Critical Bonding Temperature . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (1-2) , 25-34 .
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Strain-induced multiscale structural changes in lamellar thermal barrier coatings EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 43 (2) , 2252-2266 | CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL | IF: 3.057
WoS CC Cited Count: 10 SCOPUS Cited Count: 13
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The thermal mismatch stress, as well as residual stress, in coating/substrate systems often leads to structural changes and subsequent coating debonding in the systems. This study focused on the changes induced in the microstructure and properties of lamellar yttria-stabilized zirconia coatings upon heating, with the aim of elucidating their starting microstructure prior to sintering. The results showed that the combined effect of the residual stress and the thermal mismatch stress results in scale-sensitive changes in the properties of the coatings. The macroscale properties changed significantly, while the microscale properties changed only slightly. Structural characterization revealed that a certain degree of expansion at the tips of both the intersplat pores and the intrasplat cracks occurs, contributing to the microscale structural changes observed in most regions. Moreover, a few mesoscale cracks covering several layers were also observed. A lamellar structural model was developed to correlate the multiscale structural changes observed with those in the properties. Finally, this study revealed that the actual starting structure of plasma-sprayed thermal barrier coatings prior to sintering is different from that in the as-deposited state. This should aid in obtaining an in-depth understanding on the microstructural and properties evolution of the constrained coatings under actual service conditions.

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Plasma spraying Mechanical properties Thermal barrier coatings CTE mismatch strain Multiscale structural changes

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GB/T 7714 Li, Guang-Rong , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin et al. Strain-induced multiscale structural changes in lamellar thermal barrier coatings [J]. | CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL , 2017 , 43 (2) : 2252-2266 .
MLA Li, Guang-Rong et al. "Strain-induced multiscale structural changes in lamellar thermal barrier coatings" . | CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL 43 . 2 (2017) : 2252-2266 .
APA Li, Guang-Rong , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu . Strain-induced multiscale structural changes in lamellar thermal barrier coatings . | CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL , 2017 , 43 (2) , 2252-2266 .
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Super-Hydrophobic Surface Prepared by Lanthanide Oxide Ceramic Deposition Through PS-PVD Process EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 26 (3) , 398-408 | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY | IF: 1.949
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 4
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Super-hydrophobic surface has received widespread attention in recent years. Both the surface morphology and chemical composition have significant impact on hydrophobic performance. A novel super-hydrophobic surface based on plasma spray-vapor deposition was introduced in the present paper. Samaria-doped ceria, which has been proved as an intrinsic hydrophobic material, was used as feedstock material. Additionally, in order to investigate the influence of surface free energy on the hydrophobicity, chemical modification by low surface free energy materials including stearic acid and 1,1,2,2-tetrahydroperfluorodecyltrimethoxysilane (FAS) was used on coating surface. Scanning electron microscopy and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy were employed to characterize the coating surface. The results show that the obtained surface has a hierarchical structure composed by island-like structures agglomerated with angular-like sub-micrometer-sized particles. Moreover, with the surface free energy decreases, the hydrophobic property of the surface improves gradually. The water contact angle of the as-sprayed coating surface increases from 110A degrees to 148A degrees after modification by stearic acid and up to 154A degrees by FAS. Furthermore, the resultant surface with super-hydrophobicity exhibits an excellent stability.

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samaria-doped ceria PS-PVD coating super-hydrophobicity

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GB/T 7714 Li, Jie , Li, Cheng-Xin , Chen, Qing-Yu et al. Super-Hydrophobic Surface Prepared by Lanthanide Oxide Ceramic Deposition Through PS-PVD Process [J]. | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) : 398-408 .
MLA Li, Jie et al. "Super-Hydrophobic Surface Prepared by Lanthanide Oxide Ceramic Deposition Through PS-PVD Process" . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 26 . 3 (2017) : 398-408 .
APA Li, Jie , Li, Cheng-Xin , Chen, Qing-Yu , Gao, Jiu-Tao , Wang, Jun , Yang, Guan-Jun et al. Super-Hydrophobic Surface Prepared by Lanthanide Oxide Ceramic Deposition Through PS-PVD Process . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) , 398-408 .
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Edge Effect on Crack Patterns in Thermally Sprayed Ceramic Splats EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 26 (3) , 302-314 | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY | IF: 1.949
WoS CC Cited Count: 8 SCOPUS Cited Count: 9
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To explore the edge effect on intrasplat cracking of thermally sprayed ceramic splats, crack patterns of splats were experimentally observed and investigated through mechanical analysis. Both the polycrystalline splats and single-crystal splats showed obvious edge effects, i.e., preferential cracking orientation and differences in domain size between center fragments and edge fragments. In addition, substrate/interface delamination on the periphery was clearly observed for single-crystal splats. Mechanical analysis of edge effect was also carried out, and it was found that both singular normal stress in the substrate and huge peeling stress and shear stress at the interface were induced. Moreover, effective relief of tensile stress in splats is discussed. The good correspondence between experimental observations and mechanical analysis is elaborated. The edge effect can be used to tailor the pattern morphology and shed further light on coating structure design and optimization.

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shear and peeling stress substrate stress crack morphology edge effect preferential orientation

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Lin , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin et al. Edge Effect on Crack Patterns in Thermally Sprayed Ceramic Splats [J]. | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) : 302-314 .
MLA Chen, Lin et al. "Edge Effect on Crack Patterns in Thermally Sprayed Ceramic Splats" . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 26 . 3 (2017) : 302-314 .
APA Chen, Lin , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu . Edge Effect on Crack Patterns in Thermally Sprayed Ceramic Splats . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) , 302-314 .
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Dependence of scale thickness on the breaking behavior of the initial oxide on plasma spray bond coat surface during vacuum pre-treatment EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 397 , 125-132 | APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE | IF: 4.439
WoS CC Cited Count: 4 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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The thermally grown oxide (TGO) on the thermal spray bond coat surface was one of the most important factors which would influence the lifetime of thermal barrier coatings (TBCs). Pre-diffusion treatment (high temperature vacuum treatment) plays an important role in the growth of the TGO. Results show that the initial thin oxide scale, formed during deposition process, on the as-sprayed bond coating surface has broken and shrunk to discontinuous oxide particles through the elements diffusion during the pre-diffusion. Two kinds of bond coats with different initial oxide scale thicknesses were subjected to the same pre-diffusion. The two pre-diffused bond coats show different results of the average distance between the individual oxide particles. In this study, a three dimensional model with thermal grooving theory was developed to explore the essential condition for the scale breaking and explain the differences of these results. This research can provide reference for the preparation optimization and pre-treatment optimization of bond coat towards high performance TBCs. (C)2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Bond coat Oxide scale breaking Vacuum pre-treatment 3D model Thermally grown oxide

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Bang-Yan , Meng, Guo-Hui , Yang, Guan-Jun et al. Dependence of scale thickness on the breaking behavior of the initial oxide on plasma spray bond coat surface during vacuum pre-treatment [J]. | APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE , 2017 , 397 : 125-132 .
MLA Zhang, Bang-Yan et al. "Dependence of scale thickness on the breaking behavior of the initial oxide on plasma spray bond coat surface during vacuum pre-treatment" . | APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE 397 (2017) : 125-132 .
APA Zhang, Bang-Yan , Meng, Guo-Hui , Yang, Guan-Jun , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu . Dependence of scale thickness on the breaking behavior of the initial oxide on plasma spray bond coat surface during vacuum pre-treatment . | APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE , 2017 , 397 , 125-132 .
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Room-temperature nitrogen-dioxide sensors based on ZnO1-x coatings deposited by solution precursor plasma spray EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 242 , 102-111 | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL | IF: 5.667
WoS CC Cited Count: 11 SCOPUS Cited Count: 11
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The stoichiometric ZnO has a bandgap greater than 2.6 eV and has no or weak response to visible light, which greatly suppresses its applications. We report here that a process of solution precursor plasma spray (SPPS) can effectively narrow the bandgap and extend the absorption of ZnO to visible light region, which mainly results from highly concentrated oxygen vacancies generated during SPPS process. By photoluminescence spectroscopy, electron paramagnetic resonance and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, we found that a large number of oxygen vacancies were implanted into ZnO1-x, prepared by SPPS. The generation of highly concentrated oxygen vacancies were mainly attributed to reducing atmosphere as well as fast heating and cooling process inherently provided by SPPS. The findings of this work create a new way for developing narrow bandgap ZnO1-x,. We present that the SPPS ZnO1-x coatings can be utilized directly as sensitive materials under visible -light illumination. The oxygen vacancies have considerable influence on its optical and electrical properties. The ZnO1-x coatings exhibited an obvious absorption covering the whole visible -light region and its bandgap was calculated to be 2.15 eV which was much narrower than that of stoichiometric ZnO (3.37 eV). The sensors based on ZnO1-x coatings showed significant responses to NO2 at room temperature. In addition, the sensor response increased linearly with NO2 concentration. The enhanced sensor properties were attributed to the rich oxygen vacancies and special coating microstructure provided by SPPS. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Gas sensors Solution precursor plasma spray Porous nanostructure ZnO Oxygen vacancy

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Chao , Geng, Xin , Liao, Hanlin et al. Room-temperature nitrogen-dioxide sensors based on ZnO1-x coatings deposited by solution precursor plasma spray [J]. | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL , 2017 , 242 : 102-111 .
MLA Zhang, Chao et al. "Room-temperature nitrogen-dioxide sensors based on ZnO1-x coatings deposited by solution precursor plasma spray" . | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL 242 (2017) : 102-111 .
APA Zhang, Chao , Geng, Xin , Liao, Hanlin , Li, Chang-Jiu , Debliquy, Marc . Room-temperature nitrogen-dioxide sensors based on ZnO1-x coatings deposited by solution precursor plasma spray . | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL , 2017 , 242 , 102-111 .
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Large-area high-efficiency perovskite solar cells based on perovskite films dried by the multi-flow air knife method in air EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 5 (4) , 1548-1557 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A | IF: 9.931
WoS CC Cited Count: 24 SCOPUS Cited Count: 25
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Perovskite solar cells are extremely promising high-efficiency low-cost photovoltaic devices. However, large-area and uniform perovskite film fabrication in air is still a big challenge for the mass production of highly efficient perovskite solar cells. Here, we first report the novel multi-flow air knife (MAK) method to control the formation of large-area perovskite films in ambient air. The proposed MAK method, based on the comprehensive understanding of the solution film evaporation process, entails the use of multiple gas flows that rapidly dry the solution and enable the production of large-area perovskite films in air. By adopting the MAK technology, high-quality films with full surface coverage and a low surface roughness of 4.98 nm over a 10 x 10 mu m(2) scan area were successfully fabricated. Highly reproducible power conversion efficiencies up to 11.70% were achieved with an active area of 1.0 cm(2). The highest efficiency of 17.71%, obtained for a device with an area of 0.1 cm(2), further demonstrated the promising potential of this technology. Thus, the MAK technology enables the low-cost fabrication of highly efficient perovskite solar cells, paving the way for the mass production of low-cost high-performance perovskite solar cells in ambient air.

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Li-Li , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu et al. Large-area high-efficiency perovskite solar cells based on perovskite films dried by the multi-flow air knife method in air [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (4) : 1548-1557 .
MLA Gao, Li-Li et al. "Large-area high-efficiency perovskite solar cells based on perovskite films dried by the multi-flow air knife method in air" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 5 . 4 (2017) : 1548-1557 .
APA Gao, Li-Li , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu , Yang, Guan-Jun . Large-area high-efficiency perovskite solar cells based on perovskite films dried by the multi-flow air knife method in air . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (4) , 1548-1557 .
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Thermally Sprayed Large Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Its Stack: Geometry Optimization, Preparation, and Performance EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 26 (3) , 441-455 | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY | IF: 1.949
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In this study, we develop a large tubular solid oxide fuel cells design with several cells in series on a porous cermet support, which has many characteristics such as self-sealing, low Ohmic loss, high strength, and good thermal expansion coefficient matching. Here, we investigate aspects of the cell design, manufacture, performance, and application. Firstly, the cell length and number of cells in series are optimized by theoretical analysis. Then, thermal spraying is applied as a cost-effective method to prepare all the cell components. Finally, the performance of different types of cells and two types of stacks is characterized. The maximum output power of one tube, which had 20 cells in series, reaches 31 and 40.5 W at 800 and 900 A degrees C, respectively. Moreover, the output power of a stack assembled with 56 tubes, each with ten cells in series, reaches 800 W at 830 A degrees C. The excellent single tube and cell stack performance suggest that thermally sprayed tubular SOFCs have significant potential for commercialized application.

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performance thermal spraying stack tubular solid oxide fuel cells

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Shan-Lin , Li, Cheng-Xin , Liu, Shuai et al. Thermally Sprayed Large Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Its Stack: Geometry Optimization, Preparation, and Performance [J]. | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) : 441-455 .
MLA Zhang, Shan-Lin et al. "Thermally Sprayed Large Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Its Stack: Geometry Optimization, Preparation, and Performance" . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 26 . 3 (2017) : 441-455 .
APA Zhang, Shan-Lin , Li, Cheng-Xin , Liu, Shuai , Li, Chang-Jiu , Yang, Guan-Jun , He, Peng-Jiang et al. Thermally Sprayed Large Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Its Stack: Geometry Optimization, Preparation, and Performance . | JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY , 2017 , 26 (3) , 441-455 .
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Material nucleation/growth competition tuning towards highly reproducible planar perovskite solar cells with efficiency exceeding 20% EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2017 , 5 (15) , 6840-6848 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A | IF: 9.931
WoS CC Cited Count: 23
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Since there are still challenges in fabricating high-quality large-area perovskite films, perovskite solar cells have limitations for industrial application. Here, we develop a material nucleation/growth competition theory to guide us to tune the nucleation and grain growth process of perovskite. Subsequently, we introduce a gas-flow-induced gas pump approach for the large-area deposition of dense, uniform and full-coverage perovskite films, and this process is simple with high manufacturing efficiency and a wide process window. This enabled us to fabricate uniform perovskite films on substrates with the largest area of up to 144 cm(2). Normal planar perovskite solar cells were fabricated at pressures of 100 Pa, 500 Pa and 1500 Pa, achieving average efficiencies of 19.25 +/- 0.50%, 19.17 +/- 0.46% and 18.98 +/- 0.51% respectively for 0.1 cm(2) devices (84 devices in total) with ultrahigh reproducibility. A high fill factor of up to 80% was obtained at different pressures. A champion cell with an efficiency of 20.44% was obtained which is one of the highest efficiencies for normal planar perovskite solar cells. Furthermore, we achieved an efficiency of 17.03%, the highest efficiency for normal perovskite solar cells with the device area exceeding 1 cm2 and an average efficiency of 15.63 +/- 0.80% with an area of 1.1275 cm(2) (for 30 devices).

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GB/T 7714 Ding, Bin , Li, Yan , Huang, Shi-Yu et al. Material nucleation/growth competition tuning towards highly reproducible planar perovskite solar cells with efficiency exceeding 20% [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (15) : 6840-6848 .
MLA Ding, Bin et al. "Material nucleation/growth competition tuning towards highly reproducible planar perovskite solar cells with efficiency exceeding 20%" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 5 . 15 (2017) : 6840-6848 .
APA Ding, Bin , Li, Yan , Huang, Shi-Yu , Chu, Qian-Qian , Li, Cheng-Xin , Li, Chang-Jiu et al. Material nucleation/growth competition tuning towards highly reproducible planar perovskite solar cells with efficiency exceeding 20% . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (15) , 6840-6848 .
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