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Next-Gen Solar Cells

Next-Gen Solar Cells



Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin’s Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC) are working to develop more efficient solar cells based on organic semiconductors. Their research will make solar cells much easier and cheaper to produce. The team published an article in the Journal of Physical Chemistry aimed at increasing understanding of organic semiconductors.

The university’s EFRC is one of 46 U.S. Department of Energy-funded centers in the United States.

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Guest - Muhammad farooq on Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:09

Respected members ,my research topic in mphil is dye sensitized solar cell , Now i want to do Phdin the same field from this institute, what should i do ?????

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Respected members ,my research topic in mphil is dye sensitized solar cell , Now i want to do Phdin the same field from this institute, what should i do ????? Search
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