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Energy news, September 2019

Only around 1% of the surface area of the electrodes in organic solar cells needs to be electrically conductive for them to be fully effective.

Researchers have replaced the expensive metals and traditional liquid electrolyte in lithium-ion batteries with iron fluoride and a solid polymer.

Scientists have developed a highly durable fuel cell catalyst by using selenium to anchor platinum particles to their carbon support material.

Researchers have shown that a few layers of 2D materials can provide the same insulation in electronic devices as a sheet of glass 100 times thicker.

A newly developed organic material can produce two long-lasting excitons from a single photon of light to increase the efficiency of solar cells.

Gold nano sheets for flexible electronic applications

Nanocomposite telecom switches could help expand broadband

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