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Figure 10-13 Cleaning the copper with emery cloth.
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Figure 10-14 The shiny copper plate on the burner.
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If you have access to nitric acid, you can use this as a superior method for removing the upper cupric oxide layer.
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you will find most of the black layer of oxide comes off easily. If any bits are stubborn, do not under any circumstances scour them, as we do not want to damage the fragile surface. Under this black layer of oxide, you will find another layer of a reddish orange rust color. This is the layer which is photosensitive and will make our thin-film solar cell work. Make a spacer now from some thin strips of wood (Figure 10-15). I used duct tape to join my pieces of wood together do not use metal fixings as they could react electrolytically with the other components of the cell. We are now going to make another electrode. It has to have the property that it does not touch the
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You will see a black crusty oxide form on top of the copper plate. If you leave the plate to cool slowly, the crusty layer should become fairly fragile and separate easily from the underlying copper. When you have allowed the plate to cool thoroughly, give the plate a firm bang edge-on to a hard surface. Some of the oxide will pop off. Rub the oxide gently with your fingers under a tap, and
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Figure 10-16 Perspex and duct tape. Figure 10-15 The spacer piece.
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other piece of the solar cell, and allows light to hit the surface. We are going to use salt water as our other electrode, making contact with the whole surface of the thin film cell, yet conducting electricity. We are then going to immerse another copper wire to make the connection. You could equally use another piece of copper plate around the outside of the thin-film cell, but not touching our oxidized copper. In a commercial thin-film cell, tin oxide is commonly used as the other electrode, as it is clear and yet conducts electricity. Now take a piece of Perspex to act as a cover plate, and stick a strip of duct tape on either side, as shown in Figure 10-16. We are going to stick our other electrode wire to this piece of Perspex. In Figure 10-17, I have used thickish wire for clarity, with few actual zigzags so that you can clearly see what is going on. To optimize the performance of your solar cell, you want to make the conductor large. To this end, you are better using lots of thinner gauge wire in a much finer zigzag pattern this will still allow the light to get through, but at the same time gives a large conductor area.
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You can experiment with different types of wire and copper the trick is to try and maximize the surface area of the copper, while trying to block as little light as possible from reaching the solar cell. Fold the duct tape over and stick the wire to the plate. We are now going to combine the electrode plate with the space. Again, duct tape makes this a nice easy job (Figure 10-18). Next, we are going to take the copper plate, and stick duct tape to one side, with the sticky side of the tape facing the same direction as the layer of red copper oxide (Figure 10-19).
Figure 10-17 Wire electrode.
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Figure 10-18 Perspex plate and electrode combined.
Figure 10-20 The finished solar cell.
Combine the plate and the front module to make the finished solar cell (Figure 10-20). Now, take a little salt water, and fill the void between the Perspex front section and the copper plate. Seal the module with duct tape all round to prevent leakage. Finally, connect your module to a multimeter, find a bright light source, and explore some of the electrical properties of your solar cell.
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