His primary areas of study are Photochemistry, Electron transfer, Ruthenium, Photocurrent and Dye-sensitized solar cell. His studies deal with areas such as Oxide, Ligand, Bipyridine, Metal and Nanocrystalline material as well as Photochemistry. Carlo Alberto Bignozzi has researched Ligand in several fields, including Triplet state, Crystal structure and Raman spectroscopy.
Carlo Alberto Bignozzi combines subjects such as Crystallography, Visible spectrum and Bathochromic shift with his study of Ruthenium. His Photocurrent research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photoelectrochemical cell and Adsorption. Carlo Alberto Bignozzi has included themes like Betacyanins, Redox, Electrochemistry and Iodide in his Dye-sensitized solar cell study.
Photochemistry, Ruthenium, Electron transfer, Inorganic chemistry and Crystallography are his primary areas of study. His Photochemistry research focuses on subjects like Nanocrystalline material, which are linked to Semiconductor and Electrode. His Ruthenium study combines topics in areas such as Pyrrole, 2,2'-Bipyridine, Ligand, Polymer chemistry and Absorption spectroscopy.
His studies in Electron transfer integrate themes in fields like Supramolecular chemistry and Solar cell. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Electrolyte, Photoelectrochemical cell, Electrochemistry and Photocurrent. His work deals with themes such as Valence, Stereochemistry and Chromophore, which intersect with Crystallography.
Carlo Alberto Bignozzi spends much of his time researching Photochemistry, Dye-sensitized solar cell, Electrolyte, Redox and Inorganic chemistry. His Photochemistry research focuses on Electron transfer in particular. His Dye-sensitized solar cell research incorporates elements of PEDOT:PSS, Cationic polymerization, Polymer chemistry and Chromophore.
His research integrates issues of Electrochemistry, Phenanthroline, Pollutant and Copper in his study of Electrolyte. His Redox research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ligand, Manganese, Dielectric spectroscopy, Tris and Metal. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Photocurrent, Oxide, Hematite and Water splitting.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electrolyte, Photochemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Water splitting and Dielectric spectroscopy. In his study, Copper complex, Ligand, Polymer chemistry and Copper is inextricably linked to Phenanthroline, which falls within the broad field of Electrolyte. His studies deal with areas such as Ruthenium, Dye-sensitized solar cell, Steric effects, Perylene and Charge injection as well as Photochemistry.
His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates themes from Photocurrent, Electrochemistry and Photodegradation. The various areas that Carlo Alberto Bignozzi examines in his Dielectric spectroscopy study include Oxide, Tin oxide, Hematite and Photoelectrochemical cell. Carlo Alberto Bignozzi regularly ties together related areas like Electron transfer in his Photoelectrochemical cell studies.
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Engineering of Efficient Panchromatic Sensitizers for Nanocrystalline TiO2-Based Solar Cells
Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin;Peter Péchy;Thierry Renouard;Shaik M. Zakeeruddin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
Substituted polypyridine complexes of cobalt(II/III) as efficient electron-transfer mediators in dye-sensitized solar cells.
Shawn A Sapp;C Michael Elliott;Cristiano Contado;Stefano Caramori.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Testing of dye sensitized TiO2 solar cells I: Experimental photocurrent output and conversion efficiencies
Greg Smestad;Carlo Bignozzi;Roberto Argazzi.
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (1994)
ENHANCED SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY FROM RUTHENIUM(II) POLYPYRIDYL BASED PHOTOVOLTAIC DEVICES
Robert Argazzi;Carlo A. Bignozzi;Todd A. Heimer;Felix N. Castellano.
Inorganic Chemistry (1994)
Phosphonate-based bipyridine dyes for stable photovoltaic devices.
Isabelle Gillaizeau-Gauthier;Fabrice Odobel;Monica Alebbi;Roberto Argazzi.
Inorganic Chemistry (2001)
Molecular and supramolecular sensitization of nanocrystalline wide band-gap semiconductors with mononuclear and polynuclear metal complexes
Carlo A. Bignozzi;Roberto Argazzi;Cornelis J. Kleverlaan.
Chemical Society Reviews (2000)
Electron Injection, Recombination, and Halide Oxidation Dynamics at Dye-Sensitized Metal Oxide Interfaces
Todd A. Heimer;Edwin J. Heilweil;Carlo A. Bignozzi;Gerald J. Meyer.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2000)
Design of antenna-sensitizer polynuclear complexes. Sensitization of titanium dioxide with [Ru(bpy)2(CN)2]2Ru(bpy(COO)2)22-
R. Amadelli;R. Argazzi;C. A. Bignozzi;F. Scandola.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
Porphyrin dyes for TiO2 sensitization
Fabrice Odobel;Errol Blart;Marie Lagrée;Monique Villieras.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2003)
Design of molecular dyes for application in photoelectrochemical and electrochromic devices based on nanocrystalline metal oxide semiconductors
Roberto Argazzi;Neyde Yukie Murakami Iha;Hervé Zabri;Fabrice Odobel.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2004)
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