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Efficient organic solar cells with very low driving force

(Linköping University) Researchers at Linköping University, together with Chinese and American colleagues, have developed organic solar cells with a significantly lower driving force and faster charge separation than previous cells. The results have been published in Nature Energy.
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Organic solar cells have now been developed with a significantly lower driving force and faster charge separation than previous cells, report scientists.

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