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Submission + - 'Artificial leaf' can power households cheaply (sciencedaily.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Scientists have claimed one of the milestones in the drive for sustainable energy — development of the first practical artificial leaf. Speaking in Anaheim, California at the 241st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, they described an advanced solar cell the size of a poker card that mimics the process, called photosynthesis, that green plants use to convert sunlight and water into energy.
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'Artificial leaf' can power households cheaply

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