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1 Bio-Based, Cellulosic-Cuins2 Nanocomposites For Optoelectronic Applications
A generic approach to design optoelectronic devices using renewable biopolymers is demonstrated. As a proof of principle, a biopolymer/CuInS2 nanocomponent-based solar cell has been assembled by using a cellulose derivative with a reasonable life cycle performance, namely trimethylsilyl cellulose (TMSC). The solar cells are manufactured using a mixture of copper and indium xanthates as precursors, which decompose and form CIS nanoparticles within the biopolymer matrix during a thermaldoi:10.5281/zenodo.1465384 fatcat:v54pjq32orgnhpqqrxqu3y7eae