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Numerical Simulation of CdS/GaSe Solar Cell Using SCAPs Simulation Software

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Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-12416-7_27


Electrical Properties of PU/CdS Nanocomposites

The mechanism of charge storage is explored by TSDC in order to see the effects of nanofillers in electr states, charge inflation removal, and charge storage capabilities of nanocomposites. The TSDC results are an example of several aspects of the relaxation process. With increasing concentration of CdS nanoparticles, activation time, release charge, and charge carrier mobility decreases, while flight time and peak current decrease.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2468-2_37


Architecture of FTO/n-CdS/p-SnSe_1-xO_x/Au Heterojunction Thin Film Diodes by Thermal Evaporation

For the first time, a homemade precursor was used to produce FTO/ n p /SnSe-xO_x/Au heterojunction diodes, which were fabricated using a homemade precursor followed by dry milling using a simple thermal evaporation technique under oxygen atmosphere for the first time. The latest results show that the use of a p-SnSe1-xO_x layer as an interface between n -CdS/Au diode and the device's cut-off voltage, as well as improved diode stability and improved diode results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-022-09904-0


Development of N,S-CDs fluorescent probe method for early detection of Cr(VI) in the environment

The optimization of irradiation time and ammonium persulfate mass as a source of N and S dopants was investigated in this study. N and S atoms had been successfully passivated on the CDs surface, as indicated by the presence of characteristic vibrations of N and S atom N-N, C=N, and C-N bonds for N atom, as well as Su2013H and -SO_3 for S atoms. Based on FT-IR spectra, it was reported that N and S atoms had been successfully passedivated on the CDs surface, as shown by the presence of N and atom LOD and LOQ results were 0. 38 ppm and 0. 127 ppm, respectively, when comparing fluorescence responses and Cr concentration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11696-022-02454-z


A Novel Dual Z-Scheme Visible Light Catalyst PCN/BiOCl/CdS with Oxygen Vacancies for Benzylamine Oxidative Coupling Reaction

We present an example of how we could create a novel ternary dual Z-scheme PCN/BiOCl/CdS photocatalyst by in-situ launching bismuth oxychloride on porous carbon nitride and then depositing cadmium sulfide. The synthesized PCN/BiOCl/CdS has not only has the porous structure of PCN and the broad visible-light absorption range of CdS, but also BiOCl's special morphology and numerous oxygen vacancies under the influence of the structure-directing agent ethylene glycol.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10563-022-09372-w


The Structural, Electronic and Optical Properties of the AlAs/InP/CdS Heterotrilayer: A First-Principles Study

The multilayer heterojunctions of AlAs/InP/CdS exhibit high absorption peaks in the UV and visible regions, as well as excellent absorption capability in the infrared. The AlAs/InP/CdS multilayer heterojunction has a stable structure and excellent optoelectronic performance, and has a wide range of applications in the fields of visible light absorption, photocatalysis, infrared light, and ultraviolet light detection.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-022-09980-2


Phytoremediation of CdS/Te quantum dots by Ocimum basilicum in the presence of EDTA

In this study, the extraction and translocation of cadmium as QDs by Ocimum basilicum u201d were investigated. For edible plants, it's important to know where the chemicals are located in order to minimize human intake. Methods of In this study, toxicity, manufacture, and transplantation of cadmium in the presence of 1,000 mg/kg-soil EDTA were investigated in O. basilicum for three and six weeks. Basil seedlings were grown in an environmentally controlled chamber at 24-28° C and 12/12 hours of light and shadow during their growing season. Low-tower QDs at low concentration had the highest translocation factor, indicating that cadmium-u2019's nanocrystal structures can influence the phytoextraction mechanism. O. basilicum phytoextracts cadmium from soils polluted with CdS/Te QDs and CdIS, according to the bioconcentration factors.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40201-022-00822-1


Chemical synthesis and photoelectrochemical study of CdS/rGO nanocomposite films

Using the successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction technique, cadmium sulfide/reduced graphene oxide composite thin films were synthesized on stainless steel substrates. With a water contact angle of 33-u00b0, the CdS/rGO-80 composite thin film demonstrated hydrophilic characteristics with a water contact angle of 33u00b0. CdS/rGO thin film in dark and under light revealed n-type electrical conductivity with increased photoactivity over bare CdS/te in 1 M polysulfide electrolyte. It has been reported that rGO composited CdS thin film increases conversion rate from 0. 09 to 0. 3 percent higher conversion rate than bare CdS films.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43207-022-00258-1


Computational screening of transition metal-doped CdS for photocatalytic hydrogen production

TM dopants can reduce the energy band gap and increase impurity d-states, according to the results. Pt, Rh, and Pd were discovered to be the best dopants in TM-doped CdS, since their | 0̆394G_H | u0394 G H is 80% smaller than the pristine CdS surface. In addition, TM1-TM2-coated CdS catalysts provide better results for hydrogen evolution reactions in the hydrogen evolution reaction, with Co-Pt, Pd-Pt, and Co-Rh co-doing CdS's co-doping CdS catalysts significantly lowering | 0̆394G_H | u0394 G H to less than 0. 1 eV.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41524-022-00922-4


Enhance Photovoltaic Performance of WO_3/CdS Heterostructure Photoanodes for High Performance of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs)

The introduction of an artificial photosynthetic system is a promising way to convert solar energy into chemical fuels. Herein, we report the fast synthesis of WO_3/CdS heterostructures as high-performance photoanodes for dye sensitized solar cells. The ability of the composite to produce current after the removal of incident light was attributed to photo excited electron trapping by the WO_3 portion. The WO_3 photoanode's rapid manufacturing of charge carriers could significantly raise the light absorption ability in the visible light area and prompt manufacture of charge carriers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10876-022-02383-7

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