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  1. of a perovskite on silicon, we came up the efficiency
  2. in a previous video where we looked at slices we introduced the perovskite structure.
  3. perovskite, which is a class of man-made compounds that share the same crystalline structure
  4. as the calcium titanium oxide mineral with the same name. What makes perovskite an enticing
  5. should be lower. Perovskite cells can be made through a process called solution processing,
  6. materials on plastic sheets. So perovskite solar cells are another form of thin-film
  7. But there are challenges around perovskite, which includes shorter lifespan, durability
  8. In the time that scientists have been researching perovskite solar cells, the efficiency has
  9. lab almost 20-30 years ago. The fact that perovskite has advanced so far so quickly
  10. silicon and perovskite tandem layers to do just that.
  11. A San Francisco start-up, Swift Solar, and Oxford PV are both using a thin layer of perovskite
  12. the red band of the visible light spectrum and the perovskite absorbs the blue spectrum.
  13. here's a perovskite unit, so that's what you repeat.
  14. If I took this perovskite and I made one defect--
  15. which it is in a perovskite--
  16. in the center of that perovskite unit cell,
  17. in a perovskite crystal in which we have this cubic structure
  18. That is a perovskite very similar to the lead titanite
  19. in lead titanate which is a perovskite, a ferroelectric.
  20. of the efficiency of perovskite solar cells and it's what they call the NREL chart,