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Schematic Representation of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

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Dssc Schematic

  1. 1. Dye-Sensitised Solar Cells Energy Level Representation Michael Seery
  2. 2. DSSC: Energy Levels Representation LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  3. 3. 1: Incident light results in excited state dye D* D  D* DSSC: Energy Levels Representation 1 LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  4. 4. 1: Incident light results in excited state dye D* D  D* DSSC: Energy Levels Representation 2: Electron transfer from D* to CB D*  D + + e - LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red 2
  5. 5. 3,4: Electron passes through circuit e - (WE)  e- (CE) + electricity 4 2: Electron transfer from D* to CB D*  D + + e - 1: Incident light results in excited state dye D* D  D* LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  6. 6. 5: Reductor is regenerated Ox + e -  Red 3,4: Electron passes through circuit e - (WE)  e- (CE) + electricity 2: Electron transfer from D* to CB D*  D + + e - 1: Incident light results in excited state dye D* D  D* LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red 5
  7. 7. 6: Dye is regenerated Red + D +  Ox + D RESULT h   electricity 5: Reductor is regenerated Ox + e -  Red 3,4: Electron passes through circuit e - (WE)  e- (CE) + electricity 2: Electron transfer from D* to CB D*  D + + e - 1: Incident light results in excited state dye D* D  D* LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red 6
  8. 8. D + h   D* D*  D + + e - e - (WE)  e- (CE) + electricity Ox + e -  Red Red + D +  Ox + D ________________________ h   electricity Summary Think about where there may be sources of inefficiency
  9. 9. Efficiency LHE Light Harvesting Efficiency LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  10. 10. Efficiency  inj Electron Injection Efficiency LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  11. 11. Efficiency  c Charge Collection Efficiency LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red
  12. 12. Efficiency Incident Photon to Current Efficiency IPCE (  )  LHE (  ) x  inj x  c LOAD Semiconductor Adsorbed Dye Electrolyte Transparent coated electrode Platinized Transparent coated electrode D* D/D + VB CB Ox/Red

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