Highly Efficient Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with a Titania Thin-Film Electrode Composed of a Network Structure of Single-Crystal-like TiO2 Nanowires Made by the “Oriented Attachment” Mechanism

In this study, single-crystal-like anatase TiO2 nanowires were formed in a network structure by surfactant-assisted self-assembling processes at low temperature

Motonari Adachi; Yusuke Murata; Jun Takao; Jinting Jiu; Masaru Sakamoto; Fumin Wang

2004

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  • In this study, single-crystal-like anatase TiO2 nanowires were formed in a network structure by surfactant-assisted self-assembling processes at low temperature
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  • Single-crystal-like anatase TiO2 nanowires were formed in a network structure by surfactant-assisted self-assembling processes at low temperature
  • A high light-to-electricity conversion yield of 9.3% was achieved by applying the titania nanomaterials with network structure as the titania thin film of dye-sensitized solar cells
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