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Like a Hall of Mirrors, Nanostructures Trap Photons Inside Ultrathin Solar Cells
04/22/14 − Stanford School of Engineering
In the quest to make sun power more competitive, researchers are designing ultrathin solar cells that cut material costs. At the same time they're keeping these thin cells efficient by sculpting their surfaces with photovoltaic nanostructures that behave like a molecular hall of mirrors. … 
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