A review on bimetallic composites and compounds for solar cell applications

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The scientific community has developed new technologies, including solar cells (SCs), to meet global energy demands. SCs convert solar energy into electrical energy, providing renewable, sustainable, and green energy. Despite the availability of PV systems for many years, power generation through SC technology remains costly due to the low conversion efficiency (CE). Their low CE is due to limitations in semiconducting materials. In the present review, the basic mechanism of SC and techniques for modify SC have been discussed. The main focus of this review is to given an overview about the bimetallic materials and their application in SC. Bimetallic materials consist of two metallic components that can be synthesized using different methods. They exhibit exceptional properties, including improved electrical conductivity, tunable electrochemical activity, and high charge capacity compared to monometallic materials, making them promising candidates for use as electrochemical catalysts and photocatalysts. Various types of bimetallic composites and compounds, such as, oxides, phosphide, sulfide and carbon-based bimetallic composites is explained in the context of their compositions, synthesis techniques and their power generation efficiency. In the last portion of review, the importance of bimetallic materials in SC application with their possible promising research direction and challenges are presented.The scientific community has developed new technologies, including solar cells (SCs), to meet global energy demands. SCs convert solar energy into electrical energy, providing renewable, sustainable, and green energy. Despite the availability of PV systems for many years, power generation through SC technology remains costly due to the low conversion efficiency (CE). Their low CE is due to limitations in semiconducting materials. In the present review, the basic mechanism of SC and techniques for modify SC have been discussed. The main focus of this review is to given an overview about the bimetallic materials and their application in SC. Bimetallic materials consist of two metallic components that can be synthesized using different methods. They exhibit exceptional properties, including improved electrical conductivity, tunable electrochemical activity, and high charge capacity compared to monometallic materials, making them promising candidates for use as electrochemical catalysts and photocatalysts. Various types of bimetallic composites and compounds, such as, oxides, phosphide, sulfide and carbon-based bimetallic composites is explained in the context of their compositions, synthesis techniques and their power generation efficiency. In the last portion of review, the importance of bimetallic materials in SC application with their possible promising research direction and challenges are presented.

Authors

Leila Bazli

School of Science and Technology, University of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia

Fariborz Sharifianjazi

School of Science and Technology, University of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia

Amirhossein Esmaeilkhanian

Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

Maryam Nili Ahmadababdi

Materials Engineering Department, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

Bahman Amini Horri

School of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU۲ ۷XH, UK

Ashish Ravalia

Department of Nanoscience and Advanced Materials,Saurashtra University, Rajkot ۳۶۰۰۰۵, India

Safiyeh Mohammadi

Sciences Faculty, Zanjan University, Zanjan, Iran

Abdurrahman Yolun

Physics Department, Inonu University, ۴۴۲۸۰ Malatya, Turkey

Kyusun Kim

۷. Department of Nano EngineeringSKKU Advanced Institute of Nanotechnology (SAINT)Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) Suwon ۱۶۴۱۹, Republic of Korea

Maryam Azimpour

Hospital of Shahid Ayatollah Dastgheib, Shiraz University of Medical Science, Shiraz, Iran

Shwetha Rani R

Centre for Nano and Material Sciences, Jain University, Jain Global Campus, Kanakapura, Bangalore ۵۶۲۱۱۲ Karnataka, India