International Journal of Thin Film Science and Technology
The study aims to characterize and optimizing of Ruthenium as a photosensitizer in dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC). Samples are made in the structure of the working electrode pair Sandwich and the opponent electrode. Sample absorbency test using UV-Visible LAMBDA 25 spectrophotometer and test current and voltage characterization (I-V) using Keithley 2602A. The results of the study showed that the maximum absorbency in the high dye ruthenium appeared at the two peaks at = 448 nm and = 580 nm. These results show that higher concentrations of ruthenium dye can increase the value of the resulting efficiency. Ruthenium has been prepared using various methods immersion and various intensity with technic deposition use spin coating. The purpose of this research is to obtain optimal efficiency results. Ruthenium can be used as an absorbent material in solar cell applications. The photovoltaic parameters are studied and the power conversion efficiency can reach 0.2%.
Hardani, Hardani; Ridwan Harahap, Muhammad; and Suhada, Adriyan
"Ruthenium (N719) Optimization to Improve Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Efficiency,"
International Journal of Thin Film Science and Technology: Vol. 11
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