A Stretchable Organic Solar Cell Based on Semi-Metal Graphene/Polymer Hybrid

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Using hybrid polymeric composites and semi-metal graphene electrodes UCLA researchers have developed a stretchable solar cell that could be used to conform to various uneven surfaces. The technology has broad applications to consumer goods – including portable electronics and clothing – and infrastructure development for both urban and rural areas.


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