A new generation: The incorporation of N-heterocyclic carbene/pyridine- based ruthenium sensitizers derived from benzimidazolium salts into dye-sensitized solar cells results in superior current densities, cell voltages, and photoelectric conversion efficiencies. The performance of a solar cell sensitized with CBTR (see picture) exceeded that of the traditional N719 cell.
- Carbene ligands
- Solar cells
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Liu, Y. (Contributor), Li, C. (Contributor), Chang, W. (Contributor), Hsu, N. (Contributor), Su, C. (Contributor), Li, W. (Contributor), Chen, H. (Contributor), Li, T. (Contributor) & Tingare, Y. S. (Contributor), The Cambridge Structural Database, 25 Oct 2010