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Scientists have developed new organic solar cells, which are specially designed for indoor lighting. According to foreign media new atlas, compared with common counterparts using crystalline silicon semiconductors. 1. Experimental results, experimental data and force displacement curve screen display, organic solar cells are thin, soft, light and cheap, allowing them to be used in a variety of items. Now, researchers have developed a product optimized for indoor lighting

the new organic solar cell was jointly developed by scientists from Lin Xueping University in Sweden, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing University of science and technology. Its active layer is composed of a unique combination of donor and acceptor materials, which enables it to absorb light of precise wavelengths common in most indoor environments. In short, the donor material absorbs photons while the acceptor acquires electrons

so far, scientists have created two prototypes, one with a size of 1 square centimeter and the other with a size of 4 square centimeter

it is reported that when exposed to artificial light with an intensity of 1000lux, the smaller one was found to convert light energy into electrical energy, with an efficiency of 26.1%. For more than 1000 hours, it uses ambient light to provide a voltage of more than 1 volt, and the ambient light varies between 200 and 1000lux (typical indoor lighting range). At the same time, the larger battery maintains 23% efficiency

this conversion rate is noteworthy because it is generally known that organic solar cells are not particularly effective. In fact, scientists believe that 1. 3. Once the tensile machine and other equipment used in the experiment are further developed, the conversion rate of indoor organic solar cells should be higher. Then, they can be used in various applications, such as supplying power to simple devices that are part of IOT's main function of setting parameters for alarm devices

this technology is now commercialized by a derivative company of Lin Xueping University. A paper on this research was recently published in the journal Nature 7. What does 1/120000 and 1/300000 yards mean to customers? Energy

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