Influence of Magnetic Field on the Mesoporous Structure of Fe-Cu Compounds in Dye-Sensitized Photovoltaic Cells View Full Text


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2016-02-04

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Abdul Hai Alami, Di Zhang, Camilia Aokal, Jehad Abed, Ideisan Abu Abdoun, Hussain Alawadhi

ABSTRACT

This paper investigates the effect of applying static and dynamic magnetic fields on the deposition of Fe-Cu compound on the working electrode of a dye-sensitized solar cell. The deposition of this compound on glass is complicated due to the fact that it cannot be evaporated or sintered beyond the dissociation temperature of 973 K (700 °C), and the doctor blade technique causes detrimental layer inconsistencies. The Fe-Cu compound is relatively easy to produce and is significantly cheaper and more absorptive (>81 pct) in the Vis–NIR than the standard TiO2 mesoporous material used for solar cells. It also behaves as a semiconductor due to the high diffusion of the Fe into the Cu lattice that a bandgap of 1.8 eV is obtained. The use of a Schiff base dye with a compatible bandgap of 1.68 eV is used as a sensitizer for the production of a test cell that generated more photocurrent than its TiO2 counterpart, which is a promising result for an alternative mesoporous layer in solar cells. More... »

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37-45

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