Chemistry Journal of Moldova

ENHANCING DSSC PERFORMANCE THROUGH CHLOROPHYLL AND PORPHYRIN DYE INCORPORATION ON TIO2-ZnO: AL COMPOSITES

Author(s):

Sri Wuryanti, Tina Mulya Gantina, Annisa Syafitri Kurniasetiawati


Field: Physical chemistry and chemical physics
Type: Research paper
Issue: 2024 Volume 19, no.1
Pages: 102-111
Keywords:

TiO2 and ZnO fluorine-doped tin oxide, porphyrin, ZnO with Al doping.


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https://doi.org/10.19261/cjm.2024.1157

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Graphical Abstract: This research systematically investigates the impact of porphyrin and chlorophyll dyes derived from Syzygium Paniculatum on Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC) performance, aiming to achieve maximum solar cell efficiency. The investigation involves utilizing fluorine-doped tin oxide coating with a TiO2-ZnO composite. Results demonstrate that DSSCs based on TiO2-ZnO: Al + chlorophyll produce an efficiency of 13.32%, while porphyrin (2:2:0.1) and (2:2:0.2) produce efficiencies of 8.91% and 13.95%, respectively. These findings highlight the potential of utilizing natural dyes for enhancing DSSC performance.



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