Parisa Talebi

Parisa Talebi
University of Oulu · Nano and Molecular Systems Research Unit

phd student

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October 2015 - February 2017
Arak University
Position
  • MS studend
Description
  • I worked on different TiO2 nano-structured, fabrication of Quantum dot sensitized solar cells and characterization.
Education
September 2015 - January 2017
Arak University
Field of study
  • Nano physics

Publications

Publications (10)
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Though carbonates are known for several decades, their role in sun-light driven photocatalysis is still hidden. Herein, carbonate boosted solar water splitting in nickel-based plasmonic hybrid nanostructures is disclosed for the first time via in-situ experiments and density-functional theory (DFT)-based calculations. [email protected]/NiCO3 [email...
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Despite the boom in catalytic response via constructing interfaces, understanding interfaces’ interaction in heterostructures is still a paradox. In this work, the interaction of Ni with MoS2 in Ni-Ag-MoS2 heterostructure are unveiled through synchrotron X-PEEM and what’s more, the missing interaction mechanism at the Ag-MoS2 interface is probed vi...
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The progressive enhancements in solar-to-electrical conversion within the past decade have allowed organic-inorganic lead halide perovskite-based solar cell (PSC) technology to become a competitive candidate for creating affordable and sustainable electricity. This review highlights the developments in fabricating advanced precursor inks of organic...
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Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) are an efficient photovoltaic technology for powering electronic applications such as wireless sensors with indoor light. Their low cost and abundant materials, as well as their capability to be manufactured as thin and light-weight flexible solar modules highlight their potential for economic indoor photovoltaics...
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Ni@NiO/NiCO3 core–shell nanostructures have been investigated for surface plasmon driven photocatalytic solar H2 generation without any co-catalyst. Huge variation in the photocatalytic activity has been observed in the pristine vs. post-vacuum annealed samples with the maximum H2 yield (∼110 μmol g−1 h−1) for the vacuum annealed sample (N70-100/2...
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Though the availability of solar energy is predicted for centuries, the diurnal and asymmetrical nature of the sun across the globe presents significant challenges in terms of harvesting sunlight. Photo/electro-catalysis, currently believed to be the bottleneck, promises a potential solution to these challenges along with a green and sustainable en...
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In this research double-layer photoelectrodes including TiO2 nanocrystals (NCs) and nanorods (NRs) were fabricated and applied in quantum dot sensitized solar cells (QDSCs). TiO2 mesoporous sub-layer was formed of hydrothermally grown TiO2 NCs with dominant size of 25 nm. The randomly directed inclined TiO2 NRs were also grown on the surface of the...
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In this work a double-layer photoanode composed of TiO2 nanocrystals (NCs) and hollow spheres (HSs) was applied in CdS:Mn sensitized solar cells. TiO2 NCs with dominant size of 25 nm were synthesized by a facile hydrothermal method. TiO2 HSs were also prepared through the liquid phase deposition (LPD) of TiO2 on carbon spheres followed by a calcina...

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Creating novelties in different components of QDSCs for better photovoltaic performance