Dye-sensitized solar cell and electrochemical supercapacitor applications of electrochemically deposited hydrophilic and nanocrystalline tin oxide film electrodes
- Dye-sensitized solar cell and electrochemical supercapacitor applications of electrochemically deposited hydrophilic and nanocrystalline tin oxide film electrodes
- Rajaram S. Mane; 장진호; 함덕호; B.N. Pawar; T. Ganesh; 조병원; 이중기; 한성환
- Tin oxide thin films; Dye-sensitized solar cells; Electrochemical supercapacitors
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- Current applied physics : the official journal of the Korean Physical Society
- VOL 9, NO 1, 87-91
- The present article demonstrates the use of low-cost electrochemically synthesized hydrophilic and nanocrystalline tin oxide film electrodes at room temperature in dye-sensitized solar cells and electrochemical supercapacitors. A mixed phase of tin instead of single phase composed of uniformly distributed irregular spherical grains in a nanometer regime scale was obtained. Tin oxide film electrode showed efficient photoperformance when subjected to dye-sensitized solar cells. The interfacial and specific capacitances of 118.4 lF/cm2 and 43.07 F/g, respectively, in 0.1 M NaOH electrolyte were confirmed from cyclic-voltammetry measurement.
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