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Sub-atomic ‘avalanche’ could pave way for super solar cells

Researchers at Kyoto University have discovered a way to unleash an "avalanche" of excitons -- electron-hole pairs -- 1,000 times as dense as normal from semiconductor material. The finding could help lead to the development of extra-efficient solar cells and ultra-high-speed transistors, they say. Scientists at the university's Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences blasted a standard semiconductor…

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