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ANU researchers use nanoparticles to boost solar cell efficiency

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June 23, 2011


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Post edited 2:18 pm – June 23, 2011 by marea


Those of you who watched The New Inventors back on 4 May 2011 would have seen an ANU researcher, Dr Kylie Catchpole, describe the use of a Plasmonic Light Trap (PLT) to deposit nanoparticles of silver on the surface of a thin-film solar cell, boosting the cell's efficiency by 30 per cent.

It's terrific to see Kylie and her research team at ANU doing such cutting-edge research.

Check out The New Inventor's episode on the Plasmonic Light Trap and also

the page on Nanostructures for solar cells on the ANU website. 

 

 

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