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doug141 (863552) writes "In standard solar cells, much energy is lost (as heat) from photons mismatched to the capability of silicon to capture them. A new technique uses a pentacene layer to down-convert each hot (un-captureable) electron to two electrons that can be captured by standard silicon cells." Link to Original Source
Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start
coming in late and lying about it.