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2-D PV to Rival Graphene

Photovoltaics excel in monolayers
8/8/2016 10:37 AM EDT
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PV versus Graphene
R_Colin_Johnson   8/8/2016 2:57:08 PM
Graphene is no longer the only two-dimensional (2-D) material slated to replace silicon when it runs out of gas.The photovoltaic (PV) material halide perovskite could also fill-the-bill with the advantage of easier deposition and the ability to tuner its bandage and other electronic properties. Other possibilities include boron nitride, and molybdenum disulfide—all widely studied potential successors to silicon. Can you think of any more that I've missed?

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