Photovoltaic ink

Photovoltaic ink

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Caption: Photovoltaic ink in a vial, being held by a researcher's hand. Studies of photovoltaic cells and inks focus on the applications in inkjet printing and improved performance for organic photovoltaic cells. These cells use conductive organic polymers or small organic molecules instead of the usual silicon semiconductor material. Like all photovoltaic cells, they absorb energy from sunlight and convert it into an electrical current.

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