Optical materials news, June 2023

A novel solar-powered reactor can convert captured carbon dioxide and plastic waste into sustainable fuels and other valuable chemical products.

Charge-trapping in-memory sensor for next generation of applications

Researchers have created a new class of composite materials that can absorb low-energy light and transform it into higher-energy light.

Using computational modeling, researchers have shown that new a design for 2D transition metal dichalcogenide solar cells could double their efficiency.

Using near-infrared light, researchers have darkened and brightened lanthanide-doped nanoparticles over 1000 times with no degradation.

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