Nanocrystalline Titanium Oxide Electrodes for Photovoltaic Applications

@inproceedings{Barb2005NanocrystallineTO,
  title={Nanocrystalline Titanium Oxide Electrodes for Photovoltaic Applications},
  author={Christophe Jean Alexandre Barb{\'e} and Francine Arendse and Pascal Comte and Marie Jirousek and Frank Lenzmann and Valery Shklover and Michael Graetzel},
  year={2005}
}
During the past five years, the authors have developed in their laboratory a new type of solar cell that is based on a photoelectrochemical process. The light absorption is performed by a monolayer of dye (i.e., a Ruthenium complex) that is adsorbed chemically at the surface of a semiconductor (i.e., titanium oxide (TiO{sub 2})). When excited by a photon, the dye has the ability to transfer an electron to the semiconductor. The electric field that is inside the material allows extraction of the… CONTINUE READING

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