Effect of Substrate Temperatures based green synthesized silver thin films prepared by the spray pyrolysis of FTO conducting glass and Dye sensitized solar cells

  • K. Ramya, S.Ravi, G.suresh


   In the current work, thin films of nano structured silver were prepared with different substrate temperatures from Spray pyrolysis technique. DSSC was significantly by green-synthesized silver thin-films. Silver through treating metallic ions with silver ions, Vitex negundo leaf extract at room temperature. The Transparent Conductive Oxide (TCO) constituents of the Dye Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC), a system built as a source of renewable energy with high potential.TCO glasses of Fluorine-Doped Tin Oxide (FTO) has the highest development. The purpose of this research is to find an optimum temperature of the substrate during the process of spray pyrolysis to obtain the desired FTO substrates. This reason, beakers were deposited with a mixture of precursors using a specially modified nebulizer and digital multimeter of substrate heating temperatures 100,150,200 and 250°C. All produced samples were characterized by UV-vis and Photoluminescence [PL], Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope [FE-SEM] with Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy [EDX], X-Ray Diffraction [XRD] and Atomic Force Microscopy [AFM].Finally, solar cell shows low to high temperatures in silver of DSSC.