Graphene Moves Into Solar Cells

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Researchers believe that graphene, among*its other applications in energy, could be used as a transparent electrode in photovoltaic cells, replacing a layer of indium tin oxide that is brittle and becoming increasingly expensive. Wee Shing Koh of the A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing in Singapore and co-workers have compared these two materials. They found →The post Graphene Moves Into Solar Cells appeared first on Solar...

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