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Submission + - Breakthrough Allows Solar Cells to be Fabricated From Any Semiconductor (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: Despite their ability to generate clean, green electricity, solar panels aren't as commonplace as the could be. The main sticking point, of course, is price. Due to their need for relatively expensive semiconductor materials, conventional solar cells don't yet have a price-efficiency combination that can compete with other sources of electricity. Now Profs. Alex Zettl and Feng Wang of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley have developed seriously unconventional solar cell technology that allows virtually any semiconductor material to be used to create photovoltaic cells.
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Breakthrough Allows Solar Cells to be Fabricated From Any Semiconductor

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