Data for: QTAIM for photovoltaics

Published: 23 Aug 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nwdhf5b9bg.1
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Predicted promising benzothiadiazole dyes, computed QTAIM electronic properties influencing photovoltaics (charges of the N2 and N5 atomic basins (QN2 and QN5) of the BTD system, the ratio of sulfur sixth-order electron overlaps to the sulfur isodensity surface area - Ro6S_SS, the ratio of the summary isodensity surface area of hydrogens to the summary volume of hydrogens - SH_VH) and expected photovoltaic performances of DSSCs (Jsc, Voc, η). Recommended fabrication details: 0.1 m LiI, 0.05 m I2, 0.6 m DMPII (or DMII, BMII, PMII), and 0.5 m TBP in dehydrated acetonitrile, the TiO2 photoelectrode soaked in the 0.3 mM dye solutions during 24 hours, the use of CDCA (least 10 mM and higher); the use of alcohols or binary alcohols containing solvents (CHCl3:C2H5OH, acetonitrile:CH3OH, acetonitrile:tBuOH) for the photoelectrode immersion in the dye solution. GuNCS has a positive effect on the performances.

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Quantum theory of atoms in molecules for photovoltaics

Published in: Solar Energy

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    2019-08-23

    Published: 2019-08-23

    DOI: 10.17632/nwdhf5b9bg.1

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    Grishina, Maria (2019), “Data for: QTAIM for photovoltaics”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/nwdhf5b9bg.1

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