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This result indicates that the nitrogendoped titania has remarkable thermal stability. Table 1 shows the current-voltage data of the open cells based on the N-doped T and U, and the undoped titania photoelectrodes. We observed a pronounced increase in the photocurrent and photovoltage for the DSCs based on the N-doped titania. 6% were achieved, and the enhancement of ca. 10% and 5% were observed due to the introduction of the N-dped. 1% for the DSC based on N-doped titania ST01 was reached after the optimization.
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