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    Do electric current expose emulsion ?

    If it does , flexible dye sensitized solar cells expose a nonpanchromatic dyed emulsion with its panchromatic sensivity and electric generation , all as polaroid film.

    This is something Electric Polaroid.

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    5.1. Dyes/sensitizers
    Three dyes can be considered as the backbone of currently
    applied sensitizers in DSC. All of these dyes are ruthenium-
    based metal-organic complexes with the general formula
    RuLxL.
    ySCNz, where L and L.are polypyridyl ligands; they
    are readily available commercially and show excellent efficiency
    levels up to 11%. The molecular structures of these
    dyes are shown in Figure 2. Because of the complex chemical
    nomenclature, they are most often referred to with trivial
    names as indicated in Figure 2 (N-3 and N-749, which are
    commonly also called red and black dyes and Z-907). There
    is a widely used variant of the N-3 dye, which differs from it
    only in the degree of protonation (trivial name: N-719). The
    black dye shows the broadest absorption range up to 900 nm.
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