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JCR. 2019; 6(3): 71-75


Role Of Rh-B-Edta Solar Cell For Conventional Energy Conversion In Electrical Energy

Mahesh Chandra.

Abstract
All around the globe people are working to find out renewable source of energy. Apart from the renewable energy resources like geothermal, biomass wind, tidal and hydro energy etc. The solar energy has required characteristics for present day suitable energy source. Solar energy is not only none polluting, inexhaustible and harmless but clean, low cost and hazardless having no disposal problem. In this study it is proposed the “conversion” and “storage capacity” of “solar energy” taking different types of reductants with the photosensitizers. This field of research is still in its initial stage as far as “viability and applicability” is concerned and the exploration is required so that the “conversion efficiency” and the “storage capacity” can be increased by choosing better pair of “photo sensitizers” and different kinds of “reductants”.

Key words: “Photo potential,” “Photocurrent,” “Fill factor,” “Conversion efficiency,” “Power point,” “Storage Capacity”



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