Sun and Sand: Dirty Silicon Could Supply Solar Power

by Aimee Cunningham, Science News Scientists have proposed a way to control the distribution of contaminants in silicon, potentially opening up the use of cheaper, “dirtier” starting materials for making solar cells. In a study published in the September Nature Materials, the researchers predict that the strategy could lower production costs of solar cells. Read the full story from the following link.
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