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Nanomaterials and Devices for Solar Energy

  • Approaches: Breathing Membrane
  • Continuous Operation
  • Fuel Cell Water Management
  • ElectroKinetic Nanobattery
  • EDL Capacitators
  • Laminar Flow Based Micro Fuel Cells
  • The Energy in Sunlight
  • Solar Energy Utilization
  • Discovery of photovoltaic effect
  • Principle: Photo-Carrier Generation
  • Theoretical Limit of Solar Energy
  • Shockley-Queisser Limit
  • Silicon and Solar Spectrum
  • Loss in Silicon Solar Cells
  • Three Generations of Solar Cells
  • Cost Goal of Solar Cells
  • Next Generation Technology
  • Luminescent Materials
  • Hot Carrier Solar Cells
  • Thermo Photovoltaic Solar Cells
  • Loss in Silicon Solar Cells
  • Collecting charge in Nano Photovoltaics
  • Tradeoff in Photon Absorbtion

Keywords: fuel cell • EDL • capacitor • solar cell • photovoltaic • luminescent • photon absorbtion • membrane • electrochemical • energy • presentation
Categories: Materials > Ceramics & glasses > Technical ceramics > Carbon and graphite
Applications > Energy > Renewable energy
Applications > Energy > Storage
Scale > Nano(-materials)
Created by: Nicholas X. Fang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Date created: 11 May 2009
Date added: 26 January 2011
Resource ID: 3367