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A polymer solar cell developed by Jinsong Huang increases a device's energy conversion efficiency.

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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