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Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
Sun-Believable Solar Paint
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Sun-Believable Solar Paint

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Solar paint has been developed and dramatically simplifies the preparation procedures for nanocrystalline solar cells. …

Solar paint has been developed and dramatically simplifies the preparation procedures for nanocrystalline solar cells.
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  • Combine solvent, CdS, and TiO2 with mixing and light heat, ~40 C.Mix for at least 30 minutes before applying.It is also possible to make solar paint using a pseudo-SILAR (successive ionic layer absorption and reaction) process.
  • Combine solvent, CdS, and TiO2 with mixing and light heat, ~40 C.Mix for at least 30 minutes before applying.It is also possible to make solar paint using a pseudo-SILAR (successive ionic layer absorption and reaction) process.
  • Combine solvent, CdS, and TiO2 with mixing and light heat, ~40 C.Mix for at least 30 minutes before applying.It is also possible to make solar paint using a pseudo-SILAR (successive ionic layer absorption and reaction) process.
  • Apply solar paint to an optically transparent electrode.Apply paint using a paint brush or with a doctor-blade method.Anneal using a hot air gun.
  • Add drop of 1M/1M Na2S/S electrolyte to the Reduced Graphene Oxide/Cu2S counter electrodeSandwich the photoanode with the counter electrode and clip togetherTest the photoelectrochemical performance of the cell under AM 1.5, 100 mW/cm2 illumination.
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    • 1. Current preparation techniques for quantum dot solarcells require time-intensive, multi-step procedures. Inorder to make these cells commercially viable, thisprocess must be simplified.Here we present a first step towards creating aneconomically viable solar paint that can be applied bysimply painting onto an electrode.
    • 2. a a
    • 3. a b a
    • 4. a b a d c
    • 5. Cd2+ S2- 5 cyclesTiO2 CdS/TiO2 1. dry & mix 2. make paste 3. apply paste Cd2+ Se2- 3 cyclesTiO2 CdSe/TiO2
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