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Characterisation and application of new carboxylic acid-functionalised ruthenium complexes as dye-sensitisers for solar cells

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  • A Series Of Ruthenium Complexes With And Without Tio2
  • Anchoring Carboxylic Acid Groups Have Been Synthesised And Characterised Using Nuclear Magnetic Reso
  • Uv-Vis And Luminescence
  • These Complexes Were Adsorbed On Thin Films Of The Wide Band-Gap Semiconductor Anatase And Were Test
  • I/V Characteristics Of Such Devices Revealed Superior Performance Of The Non-Symmetric Complexes [4'
  • 2'
  • 6'
  • 2"] Terpyridine]Ru(Ii) [4'-(4-Bromopheny)-[2
  • 2'
  • 6'
  • 2"] Terpyridine-4
  • 4"-Dicarboxylic Acid] And [2
  • 2'
  • 6'
  • 2"] Terpyridine Ru(Ii) [2
  • 2'
  • 6'
  • 2"] Terpyridine-4'-Carboxylic Acid With A Maximum Output Power Similar To 0
  • 016Mwcm(-2) Under Illumination At 100Mwcm(-2) Am1
  • 5 And Efficiencies 3 Times Higher Than The Symmetric Complexes
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Abstract

Characterisation and application of new carboxylic acid-functionalised ruthenium complexes as dye-sensitisers for solar cells - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Characterisation and application of new carboxylic acid-functionalised ruthenium complexes as dye-sensitisers for solar cells - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Duprez V, Biancardo M, Krebs FC. 2007. Characterisation and application of new carboxylic acid-functionalised ruthenium complexes as dye-sensitisers for solar cells. Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells. 91(4):230-237. Available from: 10.1016/j.solmat.2006.08.007

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