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  • Researchers use extreme ultraviolet pulses (fuchsia line) to determine how visible light (blue line) causes interfacial hole (h<sup>+</sup>) transfer from iron oxide (Fe<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub>) to nickel oxide (NiO), a hole collection layer commonly found in hybrid perovskite solar cells.
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    Researchers use extreme ultraviolet pulses (fuchsia line) to determine how visible light (blue line) causes interfacial hole (h+) transfer from iron oxide (Fe2O3) to nickel oxide (NiO), a hole collection layer commonly found in hybrid perovskite solar cells.
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