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Ultrafast Photodynamics of Indoline D149-sensitized ZnO solar cells

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Abstract

The photophysics of charge transfer between electron donating, surface adsorbed D149 dye and electron accepting ZnO as well as the regeneration of the dye by various redox mediators was investigated using ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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