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pho·to·e·lec·tric

(fō'tō-ē-lek'trik),
Denoting electronic or electric effects produced by the action of light. See: photoelectric effect, photoelectric absorption.

pho·to·e·lec·tric

(fō'tō-ĕ-lek'trik)
Denoting electronic or electric effects produced by the action of light.

photoelectric 

Pertaining to the interaction between radiation and matter resulting in the absorption of photons and the consequent emission of electrons.
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Barreau, "Structural and photoelectrical properties of sprayed [beta]-[In.sub.2][S.sub.3] thin films," Physica Status Solidi, vol.
Table 1 shows the photoelectrical parameters for a DSSC that is sensitized with different types of chlorophyll, anthocyanin, and cocktail dyes, at a weight concentration of 10%.
Composite Pt-TNTs were synthesized via AFHM under ambient atmosphere pressure with their photoelectrical and optical properties characterized by XPS, TEM, SPS, and FISPS.
Yang et al., "Rational design of nitrogen and sulfur co-doped carbon dots for efficient photoelectrical conversion applications," Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol.
Shirota, "a-thiophene octamer as a new class of photoactive material for photoelectrical conversion," Advanced Materials, vol.
Zhu, "Preparation and photoelectrical properties of [CN.sub.x] films," Chinese Journal of Materials Research, vol.
Devices made of a single Ge[Se.sub.2] nanobelt were fabricated and their photoelectrical property was investigated.
In our previous work, we reported the effects of geometric and crystal structures on the photoelectrical properties of TNAs and the enhanced photoelectrochemical property of nitrogen-doped TNAs [21, 22].
Table 1: Photoelectrical parameters of DSSCs sensitized by chlorophyll, anthocyanin, and cocktail dye.
State Microstructures of Nan ing University (M27019), State Key Laboratory for Integrated Optoelectronics of Institute of Semiconductors of CAS (IOSKL2012KF11), State Key Laboratory for New Ceramic and Fine Processing of Tsinghua University (KF1210), Key Laboratory for Renewable Energy and Gas Hydrate of Chinese Academy of Sciences (y207ka1001), Bei ing Key Laboratory for Sensors of BISTU (KF20131077208), and Beijing Key Laboratory for Photoelectrical Measurement of BISTU (GDKF2013005).
Then DSSCs were assembled, and the photoelectrical properties were investigated.
Wang et al., "Artificialion channels regulating light-induced ionic currents in photoelectrical conversion systems, " Advanced Materials, vol.