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Grinberg V. A., Kozyukhin S. A., Emets V. V., Nizhnikovskii E. A. Dye Sensitized Solar Cell on the basis of nano-crystallized titanium dioxide as converters of solar energy. Electrochemical Energetics, 2013, vol. 13, iss. 1, pp. 34-45. DOI: 10.18500/1608-4039-2013-13-1-34-45, EDN: RDMWKZ

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Dye Sensitized Solar Cell on the basis of nano-crystallized titanium dioxide as converters of solar energy

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Grinberg Vitalii Arkad'evich, Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of A. N. Frumkina of RAS
Kozyukhin Sergei Aleksandrovich, Institute of the General and Inorganic Chemistry of N. S. Kurnakov of RAS
Emets Viktor Vladimirovich, Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of A. N. Frumkina of RAS
Nizhnikovskii Evgenii Aleksandrovich, Interdepartmental Scientific Council on Complex Problems of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Presidium of RAS
Abstract: 

The solar power is one of the most attractive energy sources from all types of renewable energy sources. Nowadays, the conversation of sunlight to electrical power by using of photoelectrochemical cells is the promising functional approach. In the given article we consider the operation principles of these devices. The issues of possible replacement of widely used mediators on the basis of iodide/triiodide redox electrolyte, possessing a number of shortcomings, on new redox mediators on the basis of transitional metals complexes are discussed. It was shown that these complex compounds are promising mediator systems which will do instead of traditional iodide/triiodide redox electrolyte in the near future.

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20.12.2012
Accepted: 
28.02.2013
Published: 
31.03.2013