Paint-On Solar Cells Created From Light-Sensitive Nanodots

Paint-On Solar Cells Created From Light-Sensitive Nanodots
technology

Researchers have developed light sensitive particles that allow for cheaper, lighter, and more flexible power sources.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 12 june 2014

A team of researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a new form of solid and stable light sensitive nanoparticles called colloidal quantum dots that can potentially pave the way for solar cells that are cheaper, lighter and more flexible than the solar cells existing today.

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