Molecular photovoltaics that mimic photosynthesis *

@inproceedings{Graetzel2001MolecularPT,
  title={Molecular photovoltaics that mimic photosynthesis *},
  author={Michael Graetzel},
  year={2001}
}
Learning from the concepts used by green plants, we have developed a photovoltaic cell based on molecular light absorbers and mesoporous electrodes. The sensitized nanocrystalline injection solar cell employs organic dyes or transition-metal complexes for spectral sensitization of oxide semiconductors, such as TiO 2, ZnO, SnO2, and Nb2O5. Mesoporous films of these materials are contacted with redox electrolytes, amorphous organic hole conductors, or conducting polymers, as well as inorganic… CONTINUE READING

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