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A close-up image of a polymer solar cell developed by Jinsong Huang

A close-up picture of a polymer solar cell developed by Jinsong Huang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The cell contains a layer of ultrathin ferroelectric polymer between the cathode and the semiconducting polymer, which increases the device's energy conversion efficiency.

Credit: © 2012 University of Nebraska Board of Regents; Craig Chandler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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Jinsong Huang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Jinsong Huang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln assistant professor of mechanical and materials engineering, holds a polymer solar cell that contains a layer of ultrathin ferroelectric polymer between the cathode and the semiconducting polymer, which increases the device's energy conversion efficiency. Huang has an NSF CAREER award that supports his research to improve solar cells.

Credit: © 2012 University of Nebraska Board of Regents; Craig Chandler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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