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Optimization of the Performance of Dye‐Sensitized Solar Cells Based on Pt‐Like TiC Counter Electrodes

22-Jun-2012 | Yudi Wang, Mingxing Wu, Xiao Lin, Anders Hagfeldt, Tingli Ma, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2012

Abstract Titanium carbide (TiC) has been used as a counter electrode (CE) catalyst in place of Pt for triiodide reduction in dye‐sensitized solar cells (DSCs). Its catalytic activity can be comparable to that of Pt. The effect of the thickness of the TiC layer on the performance of the DSCs was ...

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Thermal oxidation of iron nanoparticles and its implication for chemical‐looping combustion

01-Mar-2011 | Wen, Dongsheng; Song, Pengxiang; Zhang, Kai; Qian, Jin, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2011

Abstract BACKGROUND: Chemical looping combustion (CLC) is a promising environmentally friendly technology in which the greenhouse gas CO2 can be readily separated at high‐purity, therefore providing an effective method of carbon capture. Its performance, however, is limited by the kinetics of ...

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Development and applications of a sample controlled DSC system

20-Dec-2010 | E. L. Charsley, P. G. Laye, G. M. B. Parkes, J. J. Rooney, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2010

The development of a new sample controlled thermal analysis technique based on a heat flux DSC is described. The performance of the system is demonstrated by studies on the decomposition of sodium bicarbonate and the oxidation of a copper impregnated carbon. The ability of the technique to study ...

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