One Silicon by a plate of boron is still the place left by another electron. This means that the Board has a positive charge. The two plates are interspersed in solar panels, with the cable wires that run between them. With two plates in place, it is time to bring sunlight on solar panels. Sunlight emits many different particles of energy, but that we are interested in are those called photon. A photon acts essentially as a hammer in movement. When the plates of negative solar cells is drawn at an angle to the Sun, photons bombard the silicon and phosphorus atoms. Finally, the ninth electron, which wants to be free anyway, falls in the outer ring.
This electron is free for a long time, not since Silicon delves into his own outer band. As more electrons emerge from the photons from the Sun, they generate electricity. The electricity generated by a cell Solar is not very impressive, but when all the cable wires draw the electrons away from the plates, there is not enough electricity to feed low amperage motors and other electronic devices. The electrons not used or lost in the air is returned to the negative plate and the whole process starts all over again. One of the main problems with the use of solar panels is the small amount of electricity generated in comparison to their size. A calculator may only require a single solar cell, but a car powered by solar energy would require thousands. By changing the angle of the solar panels even slightly, efficiency can drop by 50%.
Some solar panels can be stored in chemical batteries, but there is usually not much power. The same sunlight that provide ultraviolet photons also provide destructive infra-red waves, which eventually cause that solar panels are physically degraded. A homemade solar panel must be exposed to destructive weather elements, which they can also seriously affect its efficiency. Many sources relating to solar panels, also speak of photovoltaic cells, which make reference to the importance of light in the generation of electric voltage. The challenge for the scientists of the future will be the creation of more efficient solar panels small enough for practical applications and powerful enough to create excess energy required for when the sunlight is not available. Juan Camilo Cano source: made by architects source: press release sent by sucrepr.