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Solar Cell Materials Adapted for Nanowire Lasers

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Next-generation solar cell material have been adapted into 200-nm nanowire lasers that produce bright, stable laser light, which could enable optoelectronic devices. Standard techniques that produce nanowires can require expensive equipment and exotic conditions, such as high temperatures, and can suffer from other shortcomings, such as limited tunability, low brightness or costly manufacturing processes, said researchers from the University of California and the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. A nanowire, composed of cesium, lead and bromide...Read full article

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