Researchers have tapped a novel material to develop a low-cost, efficient, and environmentally friendly solar cell.
“Our inexpensive solar cell uses nanotechnology to the hilt,” says Northwestern University nanotechnology expert Robert P. H. Chang. “We have millions and millions of nanoparticles, which gives us a huge effective surface area, and we coat all the particles with light-absorbing dye.”
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