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Synthesis And Characterization Of Nanocomposites For The Application In Hybrid Solar Cell

Sakshi Tyagi, Pawan Kumar Singh, Arun Kumar Tiwari

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In today's era, a lot of interest is gained by solar cell formed by combination of organic and inorganic nano-particle semiconductors mainly because of its major features such as scalable solar power conversion and cost effectiveness, which makes the cell a desirable photovoltaic device. This piece of work is an attempt to make a solar cells by the combination of zinc oxide (ZnO) and graphite. ZnO is a good n-type material for the application in photovoltaic (PV) devices due to its better optical, electrical, structural, and environmentally friendly properties, and on the other hand, graphite, an organic semiconductor, enhances the rate of charge transfer in the device. These materials are so designed to help bring in more understanding in a wider range of the solar spectrum. This work focuses on developing solid-state polymer and hybrid solar cells.