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Electrical Energy from Light

lower secondary education, higher secondary education

V1Conversion from light into electrical energy using a setup that resembles a Daniell element, but has a light-sensitive photo anode made from TiO2, which, in contrast to the zinc anode in the Daniell element, is not degraded and that only works while it is irradiated with light

Technical Contents: Voltage only while the TiO2-electrode is irradiated; This electrode is the negative pole, but doesn't change; Br- ions in solution become Br2

Scope: electrochemical power sources (Sek. I)

Referenzen

2014
Michael W. Tausch; M. von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; Simone Krees
 
CHEMIE 2000+ Qualifikationsphase
 
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg
2010
Michael W. Tausch; Magdalene von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; A. Domrose; S. Krees; P. Krollmann; L. Remus; J. Wambach-Laicher
 
CHEMIE 2000+ NRW Gesamtband Sek. I
 
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg
2007

Michael W. Tausch; Magdalene von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; P. Krollmann; W. Schmitz; J. Wambach
CHEMIE 2000+ Gesamtband mit Kompendium für das Abitur
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg

2003
Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; Michael W. Tausch
 
Photogalvanic Cells for Classroom Investigations: A Contribution for Ongoing Curriculum Modernization
Journal of Chemical Education, 80(12):1471
2001
Claudia Bohrmann; M. Twellmann; Michael W. Tausch
 
Vom galvanischen Element zur Solarzelle
Naturwissenschaften im Unterricht Chemie, 66(6)
2001
Claudia Bohrmann; Michael W. Tausch
 
Hypermedia-Baustein: Photoelektrochemische Zelle
Praxis der Naturwissenschaften - Chemie in der Schule, 50(7)