Increasing the stability and efficiency of bio-solar cell electrodes using reactivbe oxygen species scavengers and redox polymer immobilization

Megan E. Stephanz
Global energy requirements are increasing with time. While fossil fuels can be relied upon for several more centuries, they would produce vast amounts of carbon dioxide. This undesirable fact makes renewable options like bio-solar cells, which are clean, inexpensive, and take advantage of abundant solar energy, a tempting prospect. However, bio-solar cells often have very short lifetimes due to reactive oxygen products that build up during photosynthesis, as well as low efficiencies when compared with...
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