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High-performance dye-sensitized solar cell with a multiple dye system
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A dye-sensitized solar cell (DSC) using two dyes achieved high external quantum efficiency as sensitizers. We confirmed that terpyridine complex (black dye, Solaronix) and an indoline dye (D131, Mitsubishi Paper Mill) were adsorbed by the electrode without either dye interfering with the electron transfer of the other dye to the electrode. The high performance of the new arrangement is made possible by the dissociation function of these two particular dyes. The multiple dye system achieved a power conversion efficiency of 11.0%. Moreover, the fabrication of the multiple dye system only mixed the two reagents in one pot.
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