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Title: Carbon Dots Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Application
Authors: Emdadi, Babak
Keywords: Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
Solar Cells
Renewable energy
Carbon dots
solar energy
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Khazar University Press
Citation: Khazar Journal of Science and Technology
Series/Report no.: Vol. 6;№ 1
Abstract: Carbon dots (CDs) are a series of non-dimensional carbon-based little particles, endowed with great photoluminescence, water- dissolved, good bio adaptability, and small toxicity. Carbon dots (CDs) are a unique class of fluorescent Nano materials, whose emissions can be tuned by manipulating the reaction conditions of their formation. Moreover, CDs act a significant duty in the transfer of electrons. On the one hand, the appropriate energy band value of CDs assists the charge segregation and transfer after the carbon point is excited. In addition, carbon dots depict explicit electrical conductivities analogous to graphene. An excellent utilization amount of fossil vigor has led to the crisis of energy as well as the surroundings. Thus, it is an immediate duty to research renewable scavenging energy to dissolve these issues. In this paper, I’ve strived to classify the application of carbon dots in dye-sensitized solar cells in recent years and explained the mechanisms of improving the performance of carbon dots. Among them, solar energy is reliable to be the most promising renewable energy resource due to its fascinating properties such as being inexhaustible and environmentally friendly. The growth of solar cells is already in the third stage, and investigation focuses contain dye-sensitized solar cells. Dye-sensitized solar cells make use of a similar sense, and light to electric power transformation efficiencies above 10% have been reached with DSCs.
ISSN: 2520-6133
Appears in Collections:2022, Vol. 6, № 1

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