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BACKGROUND: Photovoltaics, which directly convert solar energy into electricity, offer a practical and sustainable solution to the challenge of meeting the... 
RADIATIVE EFFICIENCY | LIMIT | SILICON SOLAR-CELLS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Thin films | Materials science | Photovoltaic cells | Solar energy
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