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Colorado Scientists (US) have found a promising group of materials for tomorrow's super-efficient solar cells, creating two-for-one energy from photons. This process of "singlet fission" could potentially be used to extract more energy from each absorbed photon than in a traditional solar cell.

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>> Colorado Scientists (US) have found a promising group of materials for tomorrow's super-efficient solar cells, creating two-for-one energy from photons. This process of "singlet fission" could potentially be used to extract more energy from each absorbed photon than in a traditional solar cell. << (from: phys.org)

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