Flatter materials have fewer imperfections, which makes for better solar cells and light sensors

Monday, August 14, 2017 - 06:52 in Physics & Chemistry

Improving the efficiency of solar cells requires materials free from impurities and structural defects. Scientists across many disciplines at KAUST have shown that 2-D organic-inorganic hybrid materials feature far fewer defects than thicker 3-D versions.

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