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Fabrication of nanoporous TiO2 layer as a photoanode of dye-sensitized solar cells and investigating the effect of distance between electrodes on the photovoltaic performance of solar cells.
Saman Safavi * 1, Ali Mashreghi Dr.1, Mahdiyeh Salmani 1
1- Shiraz University of Technology
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Electrophoretic deposition method is one of the processes used to prepare nanoporous TiO2 photoanode for dye sensitized solar cells. In this paper, nanoporous TiO2 film was deposited on transparent conducting oxide substrate. During the process various distances between electrodes were chosen. Photoanode was sensitized by merchrochrom solution. Photovoltaic properties of resultant solar cell were investigated under irradiation of xenon lamp. It was obsereved that with decreasing the distance between two electrodes, thickness of the film, short circuit current and efficiency increased, but open circuit voltage deacreased.
Keywords: Dye-sensitized solar cells, Electrophoretic deposition method, Nanoporous TiO2 thick film
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Safavi S, Mashreghi A, Salmani M. Fabrication of nanoporous TiO2 layer as a photoanode of dye-sensitized solar cells and investigating the effect of distance between electrodes on the photovoltaic performance of solar cells.. ICOP & ICPET. 2014; 20 :809-812
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