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Serendipitous observation may lead to more efficient solar cells and new gas sensors


July 27, 2016

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While investigating perovskite crystals, University of Groningen scientists made an observation that could make perovskite solar cells more efficient. It could also lead to new sensors for oxygen and water vapor. The results were published online by the journal Science Advances on July 27. Full Story

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