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Liquid solar cell ?


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Hi everyone.


As a doped silicon junction generates a current when photons strike, how could a pair of ¿non-miscible? thin liquid compounds be formulated to generate current under sunlight, each with its electrode ?


electrode1 -------xxxxxxxxxxxxx floating layer

electrode2 -------zzzzzzzzzzzzz sunken layer


Miguel :)

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OK. Thanks for responding.

The ions would cross the barrier even if the liquids are non miscible ?


If the bottom liquid with its +dopant is applied as paint to a metal substrate and left it dry, then the non miscible other liquid with its -dopant painted on top; when dry wouldn't it be a PN junction ?


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