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..a team of MIT researchers has come up with a practical way of using a possible substitute made from inexpensive and ubiquitous carbon.

The proposed material is graphene, a form of carbon in which the atoms form a flat sheet just one atom thick, arranged in a chicken-wire-like formation..The standard material used so far for these electrodes is indium-tin-oxide, or ITO….

…flexibility and light weight of organic solar cells with graphene electrodes could open up a variety of different applications that would not be possible with today’s conventional silicon-based solar panels…

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