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June 9th, 2003
Tetrapod nanocrystals could improve solar cells
A new shape for semiconductor nanocrystals--tetrapods, rather than simple spheres, rods and disks--could double the efficiency of "plastic" solar cells, according to the inventor of tetrapods.
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