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@ 06:49 AM
on 06 Oct 2011
Has graphene ever been sucessfully used in the solar cell application?
@ 02:47 PM
on 30 Nov 2011
There have been attempts at using graphene as transparent conducting electrodes for solar cells. So far these have performed well below the state of the art conducting oxides like ITO. Here are some papers that report the use of graphene transparent electrodes –
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