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Volume 2, Issue 3 (July, 2022) –

Cover Picture: Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with tailorable structures and building blocks have demonstrated their advantages in improving the long-term stability of perovskite solar cells (PSCs). However, the inferior conductivity of MOFs and their lack of strong chemical interaction with perovskites cause undesirable interfacial charge carrier recombination and then deteriorate the photovoltaic (PV) performance of PSCs. This perspective offers an insightful overview of the versatile functionalities and key merits of MOFs for stabilizing PSCs under various external stimuli in terms of MOF interlayers and MOF-perovskite heterostructures. To tackle the charge transport problem of MOFs, promising strategies are outlined to improve the intrinsic conductivity and chemical coordination of MOFs, with the aim of achieving long-term stable PSCs without compromising their PV performance. The current challenging issues and potential solutions are also discussed to provide a roadmap for MOF-tailored PSCs towards practical applications.
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