The world's thinnest solar cell, just a nanometer thick

 
By 17 July 2013
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Researchers at MIT have developed a technique for creating solar cells that are only two molecules thick. The resulting solar cell can only offer a conversion efficiency of 1 – 2 percent, but by placing multiple cells one on top of the other the overall generation capacity can be far greater than conventional cells.
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