How Do I Make an Organic Photovoltaic Cell?


A photovoltaic solar panel is a panel made up of photovoltaic cells. Each cell is comprised of a combination of materials which, when exposed to light, react by producing an electrical current. The cells are laid flat, either glued or soldered into a metal frame. A thin layer of metal conductors known as a contact grid is laid over the top of the cells, connecting each to those adjacent to it. Atop this is placed an anti-reflective layer of plastic to ensure that the cells absorb as much light as possible. Finally a thick layer of glass is sealed into the frame to protect the cells from harm. The panel is complete and can be connected to batteries or other electrical appliances by the negative and positive leads.
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