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Efficient dye-sensitized solar cells using electrospun nanofibers as a light harvesting layer
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Titanium dioxide nanofibers were fabricated directly onto thick nanoparticleelectrodes by using electrospinning and sol-gel techniques. After calcination, the anatase nanofibers obtained exhibited a one-dimensional structure of high crystallinity and average diameter of . Dye (N719) sensitized photoelectrochemical cells comprised of a nanoparticle/nanofiber electrode were fabricated. An IPCE of 85% at the wavelength of with conversion efficiencies of 8.14% and 10.3% (for areas of 0.25 and , respectively) were obtained under 1.5 AM illumination.
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