TM SINTESA TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TiO2) UNTUK DYE-SENSITIZED SOLAR CELL (DSSC)
Rohmat Subodro1, Ari Handono Ramelan2 1 Mahasiswa Magister Teknik Mesin UNS 2 Staf Pengajar S2 Teknik Mesin UNS
The more numerous and dense population of this earth it will result in world energy demand will also continue to multiply, from here it takes human effort to develop a range of renewable energy. The potential of renewable energy (renewable energy), such as: solar energy, geothermal, hydropower, biomass, wind energy and ocean energy, renewable energy potential in this country is huge. Solar energy is one renewable energy that is currently being developed, because the impact on the environment more friendly. One application of solar energy is utilization in energy conversion of light into electricity is by solar cells. TiO2 was synthesized made from Pluronik P 2443 - 250g, 96% Ethanol, and TiCl4. The characterization of the material was conducted then performed testing using Test XRD (X-Ray Diffraction) obtained the grain size of the materials of 13.81 nm and testing of SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) for the surface morphology.
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