Conductive polymer-carbon-imidazolium composite: A simple means for constructing solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells

  • Ikeda N
  • Teshima K
  • Miyasaka T
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Abstract

A clay-like conductive material comprising polyaniline-loaded carbon black particles and an ethyleneoxide-substituted imidazolium iodide was prepared. The material was sandwiched between dye-coated porous TiO2 and counter-electrode to form a solid-state dye-sensitized solar cell, which works with overall conversion efficiencies of 3.48% and 4.07% for AM 1.5, 100 mW cm(-2) and 23 mW cm(-2) irradiation, respectively.

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Authors

  • Nobuyuki Ikeda

  • Kenjiro Teshima

  • Tsutomu Miyasaka

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