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Enhanced semiconductor nano-film electrodes in solar energy conversion: new achievements at An-Najah N. University
Semiconductor (SC) surfaces are useful electrodes in photoelectrochemical (PEC) processes. Solar light that reaches Earth is mostly in visible and infrared regions, with little UV. Thus, metal chalcogenide films with ...
Modifying PEC characteristics of CuS thin film electrodes prepared by electrodeposition: effect of cooling rate and coverage with electroactive composite material
Binary compound semiconductors of CuS were grown on FTO/glass substrates by electrodeposition method. The prepared films were then covered with tetra(-4-pyridyl)porphyrinatomanganese(II/III) sulfate (MnIIMTPyP & MnIII TPyP) ...
Modification of CuSe thin film electrodes prepared by electrodeposition: enhancement of photoelectrochemical characteristics by controlling cooling rate and covering with polymer/metalloporphyrin
CuSe thin films were prepared on FTO/glass using electrodeposition technique for the purpose of photoelectrochemical (PEC) conversion of light into electricity. Effects of annealing temperature, cooling rate, deposition ...