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New Findings Reported from University of North Carolina Describe Advances in Macromolecular Research
February 29th, 2012
According to the authors of a study from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, "The research on the polymer-based solar cells (PSCs) has attracted an increasing amount of attention in recent years because PSCs pose potential advantages over mainstream inorganic-based solar cells, such as significantly reduced material/fabrication costs, flexible substrates, and light weight of finished solar cells. The research community has made great progress in the field of bulk heterojunction (BHJ) polymer solar cells since its inception in 1995."
"The power conversion efficiency (PCE), a key parameter to assess the performance of solar cells, has increased from 1% in the 1990s to over 8% just...
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Source: Electronics Business Journal (2012-02-29)