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November 7th, 2005

Sunny future for nanocrystal solar cells

Abstract:
Researchers with DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have developed the first ultra-thin solar cells comprised entirely of nanocrystals made from two semiconductors, cadmium-selenide and cadmium-telluride.

See also (at the bottom of the page) "A researcher racing for results"

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DOE Pulse

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