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New Polymer Semiconductors Increase Plastic Solar Cells’ Efficiency

Posted on the 15 August 2013 by Dailyfusion @dailyfusion
Solar cells and soldered tabbing wire. (Credit: Michael Dorausch

A research team led by Professor Tobin J. Marks of Northwestern University reports the design and synthesis of new polymer semiconductors and the realization of polymer solar cells with fill factors of 80 percent a first. This number is close to that of silicon solar cells. Read more »

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