Electrodeposited Dendritic Structures of Copper Oxide as Solar Selective Absorbers in the UV–Vis Range View Full Text


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2014-07-02

AUTHORS

A. H. Alami , Anis Allagui , Hussain Alawadhi

ABSTRACT

We report the electrodeposition of copper from a 0.2 M H2SO4 + 0.4 M CuSO4 · 5H2O aqueous solution on a copper substrate, and its subsequent oxidation in air for selective solar thermal absorbers applications. A thorough study of the morphological properties and crystalline structure of the deposited layer through SEM-EDS and powder XRD revealed self-assembled dendritic microstructures, crystallized into fcc copper oxides, Cu2O. The building blocks of these dendrites are spherically-shaped particles of an average diameter of ca. 1 μm. The copper oxide layer was optically examined by virtue of a spectrometer in the spectral UV–Vis range. The surface roughness induced by the existence of the dendrites has been seen to enhance the absorptance of the material: fourfolds enhancement of optical surface absorption in the wavelength range of 400–1,000 μm versus an air-grown copper oxide. More... »

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505-512

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ICREGA’14 - Renewable Energy: Generation and Applications

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978-3-319-05707-1
978-3-319-05708-8

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