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  • l3l_00lvl l3l_00lvl Aug 6, 2012 2:15 PM Flag

    OT: Possible future energy

    I'd actually like to read that if you have access to the Advanced Energy Materials journal that the website cited (the university I work at doesn't). The science daily article doesn't really shed much light on what the research was and the abstract doesn't tell me enough about what they did.....It has been known for sometime now that c60 (something very similar to a carbon nanotube) can act as a good acceptor so this doesn't surprise me. Could it possibly someway lower the Schotkey barrier by making the density of states of the substrate more favorable to that of the polymer? Also, there have been "flexible" solar cells commercially available for some time now so not too sure what they are talking about there.

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