photoelectrode

photoelectrode

(ˌfəʊtəʊɪˈlɛktrəʊd)
n
(General Physics) physics an electrode that, following the absorption of light, can initialize electrochemical transformations
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ABSTRACT: In our work, lead antimony sulphide (Pb5Sb8S17) quantum dots are successfully adsorbed on the ZnO photoelectrode by successive ionic-layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) method.
As a consequence, the fabrication methods for CNT films and photoelectrode materials have been developed.
5-nanometer-thick TiO2 layer to effectively prevent corrosion and improve the stability of a gallium arsenide-based photoelectrode.
DSSCs are electrochemical devices that use the electrolysis of water to mimic photosynthesis and are comprised of a sensitized photoelectrode (semiconductor) and a counter (catalytic) electrode.
7 percent, the highest reported for any oxide-based photoelectrode system.
7 percent the highest reported for any oxide-based photoelectrode system, according to a study.
New Iow-temperature preparation method of the TiO2 porous photoelectrode for dye-sensitized solar cells using UV irradiation.
The photoelectrode is a semiconducting device absorbing solar energy and simultaneously creating the necessary voltage for the direct decomposition of the water molecule into oxygen and hydrogen.
2] electrolyte (maximum [sigma]) was cast on the photoelectrode followed by two step casting method (7) and sandwiched by platinized counter electrode.
2000) studied the mercurochrome-sensitized solar cells using different photoelectrode materials, i.
This concept is based on a visible light-absorbing metal oxide photoelectrode, which is immersed in water and placed in front of a smaller-bandgap thin film PV cell.