Ageing indices of batch-separated M.indica L Sensitized dye-sensitized solar cell and effect of electrolytes on the spectral responses
Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) are important in the goal of replacing expensive silicon solar cells. The role of electrolytes in determining the photoelectric parameters is crucial to the power conversion of the DSC. This research studies the effect of using different electrolytes on M.indica L sensitized DSC and the long-term stability of each unique DSC. UV/VIS spectrographs, short-circuit...
Published at Proceedings of Women in Science and Technology for the Developing World Fifth General Assembly and International Conference
Published in 2016
Abodunrin T.J, Usikalu M.R and Fayomi O.S.I.
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