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Faces of Chemistry: Organic solar cells (BASF) – Video 3 (16+)



Ingmar Bruder, a scientist from BASF, explains the science involved in organic photovoltaics (organic {solar lights} cells). These organic {solar lights} cells were also used on the rooftop of the Smart Forvision car. Aimed at students aged 16+.

Faces of Chemistry comprise a set of short videos, aimed at students aged 11-19, which give insight into real-life applications of chemistry and highlight the latest cutting-edge research involved in making new products and technologies. Produced in collaboration with leading chemical companies and academic institutions, Faces of Chemistry also showcases the diversity of professional careers available to students of chemistry.

For more information and to see more videos, please visit http://www.rsc.org/FacesofChemistry

Photography credits: © BASF, © Royal Society of Chemistry, © Jupiter Images, © Thinkstock, © fotolia, © iStockphotos

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3 Comments on "Faces of Chemistry: Organic solar cells (BASF) – Video 3 (16+)"

  1. srofficial06 says:

    Must these cells be "flat" in nature ? Of could some curvature be imparted to them such that they would "fit" better if installed on some roundish surface?Bubble cells if you will?Or are there such things as " filled" cells wherein your reactants remain in liquid form underneath a sealed "bubble" the top of which has enhanced light gathering and focusing capabilities or a lens ?

  2. zalxder says:

    part 1 part 2 and part 3 of the videos uploaded on BASF are the same video  


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