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Supramolecular photochemistry and solar cells

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Author(s): IHA NEYDE YUKIE MURAKAMI

Journal: Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
ISSN 0001-3765

Volume: 72;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2000;
Original page

Keywords: inorganic photochemistry | supramolecular photochemistry | solar cells | photoelectrochemical devices

ABSTRACT
Supramolecular photochemistry as well as solar cells are fascinating topics of current interest in Inorganic Photochemistry and very active research fields which have attracted wide attention in last two decades. A brief outline of the investigations in these fields carried out in our Laboratory of Inorganic Photochemistry and Energy Conversion is given here with no attempt of an exhaustive coverage of the literature. The emphasis is placed on recent work and information on the above mentioned subjects. Three types of supramolecular systems have been the focus of this work: (i) cage-type coordination compounds; (ii) second-sphere coordination compounds, exemplified by ion-pair photochemistry of cobalt complexes and (iii) covalently-linked systems. In the latter, modulation of the photoluminescence and photochemistry of some rhenium complexes are discussed. Solar energy conversion and development of thin-layer photoelectrochemical solar cells based on sensitization of nanocrystalline semiconductor films by some ruthenium polypyridyl complexes are presented as an important application that resulted from specifically engineered artificial assemblies.
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