New technique to improve titanium dioxide films in dye‐sensitized solar cells

New technique to improve titanium dioxide films in dye‐sensitized solar cells

Dutch scientists are producing mesoporous titanium dioxide thin films at room temperature by using the papain enzyme in a dip‐coating procedure. This fully organic process could facilitate the development of cheaper, more efficient dye‐sensitized solar cells. March 13, 2020Emiliano Bellini Researchers from Delft University of Technology have developed a new manufacturing process that could facilitate […]

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Oxbridge scientists seek to explain electron dynamics in perovskite cells

Oxbridge scientists seek to explain electron dynamics in perovskite cells

Researchers from the two prestigious U.K. universities are analyzing spatiotemporal charge-carrier dynamics in the perovskite materials used for solar applications. They have discovered the carriers propagate ballistically over 150nm within 20fs of photon absorption. December 18, 2019Emiliano Bellini Academics have been studying electron behavior in perovskites. Image: Oxford PV Scientists from the universities of Cambridge […]

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