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A thin rectangular plastic or glass layer -- or 'polychromat' -- developed by engineers at the University of Utah sorts sunlight into colors that can be absorbed by solar cells to increase their efficiency without increasing the cost. (Source: Dan Hixson, University of Utah)
A thin rectangular plastic or glass layer -- or "polychromat" -- developed by engineers at the University of Utah sorts sunlight into colors that can be absorbed by solar cells to increase their efficiency without increasing the cost.
(Source: Dan Hixson, University of Utah)

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