Basic structure of dye-sensitive solar cell
After sun light is taken in from the front substrate, by absorbing sun light, the dye becomes energized and gives off electrons. The electrons move to the transparent conductive substrate through oxidized titanium (TiO2) and flow into outside electrodes. The dye gives off electrons, becomes + ion and returns to the ground state after receiving electrons from antipole electrodes through electrolysis solution.
Screen print applications on DSSCMicro-tec screen printer is capable of printing from thick films to fine lines on various applications, such as titanium dioxide layer, collective electrode, protective/sealing film, platinum electrode layer, etc.
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