Print-On Polymer Multiplies Solar Output

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Scientists have demonstrated a doubling of the number of electrons produced by carbon-based photovoltaic polymer potentially doubling the efficiency of any solar cell. The process called "singlet fission" produces "identical twin" electrons from a single photon, instead of the normal one, dramatically boosting the theoretical maximum output of solar cells. Instead of loosing energy to heat ...

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