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Retarded Charge Recombination Based On N-Doped TiO2 Solar Cells
    Date:2010.01.20      |    Author:KONG Fantai      |     Clicks:     |     Print     |     Close     |     Text Size: A A A

Great progress on Dye-Sensitized Nitrogen-Doped TiO2 Solar Cells has been made recently  by Mr TIAN Huajun, a PhD student from the Key Laboratory of Novel Thin-film Solar Cell, the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Researchers from the Key Laboratory of Novel Thin-film Solar Cell, studied the charge recombination of DSC based on nitrogen-doped TiO2 electrodes and found that the TiO2 photoanode with nitrogen doping can successfully retard the charge recombination, and the introduction of nitrogen replace the oxygen deficiency in the titania crystal lattice, which could lead to more stable dye-sensitized photoanode for DSC. Prof. DAI Songyuan gave an invited oral presentation on this study at 2009 MRS fall meeting held in Boston, USA, on Dec. 1, 2009.

The work was published online on the Journal of Physical Chemistry C on Jan. 5th, 2010.

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