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Jin Yan, M. Jasim Uddin, Tarik J. Dickens, Deborah E. Daramola, David Olawale and Okenwa I. Okoli Tailoring the efficiency of 3D wire-shaped photovoltaic cells (WPVCs) by functionalization of solid–liquid interfacial properties physica status solidi (a) 210

Version of Record online: 21 NOV 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/pssa.201330245

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A novel 3D wire-shaped photovoltaic cell (WPVC) is demonstrated. Carbon Nanotube Yarns (CNYs) are used to replace the metal-based counter electrode. The CNYs provide excellent interfacial and electrocatalytic properties. The WPVC shows an outstanding operational flexibility with efficient photovoltaic properties (e.g. FF above 0.8). These WPVCs are stable under different working environment.

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