Researchers tout thinness of solar cells made with tungsten diselenide

03/12/2014 | CrazyEngineers

Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology in Austria have developed a tungsten diselenide diode that could be used in ultrathin solar cells. The diode is only a few atoms thick, letting most light pass through it, but it is highly efficient at converting the light it captures into energy, the research team reports.

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