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  • n. A voltage produced by the photovoltaic effect

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  • Behind this new mechanism for photovoltage generation are domain walls -- two-dimensional sheets that run through a multiferroic and serve as transition zones, separating regions of different ferromagnetic or ferroelectric properties.

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  • Behind this new mechanism for photovoltage generation are domain walls - two-dimensional sheets that run through a multiferroic and serve as transition zones, separating regions of different ferromagnetic or ferroelectric properties.

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  • "This in turn makes it possible to increase the photovoltage values well above the electronic bandgap of the material."

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  • The resulting liquid or gel is transparent and non-corrosive and can increase the photovoltage, thus improving the cell's output and stability.

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  • Besides the produced current, the overall efficiency depends critically on the generated photovoltage.

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  • Unfortunately, despite the excellence of the concept, this type of cell has two major problems that have prevented its large-scale commercialisation: The electrolyte is: a) extremely corrosive, resulting in a lack of durability; b) densely coloured, preventing the efficient passage of light; and c) limits the device photovoltage to 0.7 volts.

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  • The electrolyte is: a) extremely corrosive, resulting in a lack of durability; b) densely coloured, preventing the efficient passage of light; and c) limits the device photovoltage to

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