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標題: Synthesis of Ag2S quantum dots for applications in solar cells based on SnO2 nanoparticles instead of TiO2
以SnO2代替TiO2合成Ag2S量子點之光電極 及在太陽能電池上應用之比較
作者: Hui-Chen WU
關鍵字: 傳導層;液晶;量子點太陽能電池;SC;LC;QDSSC
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,並應用在染敏太陽能電池上。實驗得到SILAR 4次為Ag2S量子點在太陽能電池的最佳條件,並可得到0.523 %的轉換效率,比TiO2做光電極基板的效率0.108%高很多,證明Ag2S如改由SnO2做基板,電池效率會高於以TiO2做基板的效率。

We have successfully synthesized Ag2S quantum dots (QDs) on a SnO2 film using SILAR. The QDs were used as the sensitizers for the SnO2 electrode in solar cells (SC). We observed that the Ag2S-QD SSC with four SILAR cycles yielded an efficiency of 0. 233 %.
The best growth of reacted cycle is 4 SILAR. Using the Au counter electrode could get a better efficiency. The best SC yielded a power onversion efficiency of 0.523%,an open circuit voltage of 0.24V,and a short-circuit current of 7.06 mA/cm2 with the addition of liquid crystals in the polysulfide electrolyte.
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