An article in the FuturePositive section of by David Faiman and Eugene Katz discuss nano-structures and the possibilities for a solar cell technology breakthrough based on their form of a geodesic dome. The authors write, “Our interest, as solar cell specialists was sparked both by its optical properties and by the fact that the material can be synthesized from graphite and purified using nothing but heat–that is without chemicals.” The article, titled “Solar Cells from Buckyballs?” (scroll down the page about half-way) is less technical than it sounds although it is pretty far out in a Mork from Ork kind of way.
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