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Development of Antimony selenide

2019-01-24
Antimony selenide (Sb2Se3) could be a promising absorbent material for skinny film photovoltaics due to its enticing material, optical and electrical properties. In recent years, the ability conversion potency (PCE) of Sb2Se3 skinny film star cells has bit by bit increased to five. 6%. during this article, we have a tendency to consistently studied the fundamental physical properties of Sb2Se3 like stuff constant, aeolotropic quality, carrier period of time, diffusion length, defect depth, defect density and optical band tail states.We believe such a comprehensive characterization of the fundamental physical properties of Sb2Se3 lays a solid foundation for any improvement of star device performance. 


Antimony selenide (Sb2Se3) incorporates a one-dimensional (1D) crystal structure comprising of covalently secured(Sb4Se6)n ribbons stacking along through van der Waals force. This special structure ends up inaeolotropic optical and electrical properties. Currently, the electrical phenomenon device performance is dominated by the grain orientation within the Sb2Se3 skinny film absorbers. Effective approaches to reinforce the carrier assortment and overall power-conversion potency area unit desperately needed. Here, we have a tendency to report the development of Sb2Se3 star cells with high-quality Sb2Se3 nanorod arrays absorbent on the direction, that is helpful for sun-light absorption and charge carrier extraction. associate potency of nine. 2%,which is that the highest price rumored thus far for this kind of star cells, is achieved by junction interface engineering. Our cell style provides associate approach to any improve the potency of Sb2Se3-based star cells.

A novel assembly of a cathode and a photoanode is investigated to explore their complementary effects in enhancing the eletrical phenomenon performance of a quantum-dot photovoltaic cell (QDSC). whereas p-type nickel chemical compound (NiO) has been used antecedently, atomic number 51 selenide (Sb2Se3) has not been employed in a QDSC, particularly as a part of a counter conductor(CE) design that doubles because the cathode. Here, near-infrared (NIR) light-absorbing Sb2Se3 nanoparticles (NPs) coated over electrodeposited NiO nanofibers on a carbon (C) material substrate was utilized beacuse the extremely economical cathode.