Characterization of Dye Sensitized Cells Using Natural dye from Oil Bean Leaf(pentaclethra macrophylla):The effect of Dye pH on the photoelectric parameter
Fresh leaves of oil bean (P. macrophylla) were used as sensitizers for fabrication of dye sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) at four dye pH values of 2.58˚C at 23.7˚C, 2.62˚C at 22.2˚C, 2.65˚C at 22.3˚C and 3.61˚C at 22.1˚C. The methanol extracts of P. macrophylla were extracted and used as sensitizers for the development of dye sensitized solar cells. The solar cells sensitized by P....
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Published in 2015
Temitope Abodunrin, Adenike Boyo, Olugbenga Obafemi, Timothy Adebayo
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