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Development of efficient luminescent solar concentrators based on inorganic/organic nanomaterials for applications in solar energy conversion (Part 2)


Brühwiler, D (2010). Development of efficient luminescent solar concentrators based on inorganic/organic nanomaterials for applications in solar energy conversion (Part 2). Bern: Bundesamt für Energie BFE (Schweiz).

Abstract

We are developing a luminescent solar concentrator (LSC) based on dye-zeolite/polymer films. Efficient energy transfer systems are obtained by including organic dye molecules in the linear channels of zeolite L crystals. By using these systems as light-absorbing and emitting LSC components, self-absorption and escape cone losses can be reduced. The strong confinement of the dye molecules in the zeolite channels is further expected to lead to enhanced stability.

Abstract

We are developing a luminescent solar concentrator (LSC) based on dye-zeolite/polymer films. Efficient energy transfer systems are obtained by including organic dye molecules in the linear channels of zeolite L crystals. By using these systems as light-absorbing and emitting LSC components, self-absorption and escape cone losses can be reduced. The strong confinement of the dye molecules in the zeolite channels is further expected to lead to enhanced stability.

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Item Type:Published Research Report
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Department of Chemistry
Dewey Decimal Classification:540 Chemistry
Language:English
Date:2010
Deposited On:26 May 2011 08:44
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 14:55
Publisher:Bundesamt für Energie BFE (Schweiz)
Additional Information:Schweizer Photovoltaik Programm
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Official URL:http://apache.solarch.ch/pdf/Forschungsband2009Internet.pdf
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