The proof-of-concept carbon nanotube solar cell can convert nearly 75 percent of the light it absorbs into electricity, says Michael Arnold, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at UW-Madison and a pioneer in developing carbon nanotube-based materials for solar energy applications. "We've made a really fundamental key step in demonstrating that it will be possible to use these new carbon nanotube materials for solar cells one day," he says.
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