New alloys key to efficient energy and lighting

Nanowire advances promise improved light-emitting diodes and solar-energy generationA recent advance by Arizona State University researchers in developing nanowires could lead to more efficient photovoltaic cells for generating energy from sunlight, and to better light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that could replace less energy-efficient incandescent light bulbs.Electrical engineers Cun-Zheng Ning and Alian Pan are working to improve quaternary alloy semiconductor nanowire materials.Nanowires are tens of nanometers in diameter and tens of microns in length.

New alloys key to efficient energy and lighting

A recent advance by Arizona State University researchers in developing nanowires could lead to more efficient photovoltaic cells for generating energy from sunlight, and to better light-emitting ...

Mon 22 Mar 10 from Phys.org

New Alloys Key To Efficient Energy And Lighting, Mon 22 Mar 10 from RedOrbit

New alloys key to efficient energy and lighting, Mon 22 Mar 10 from e! Science News

Nanowire advances promise improved light-emitting diodes and solar-energy generation

Researchers are making improvements to semiconductor alloys that will help overcome some of the technical roadblocks to producing more effective photovoltaic cells for generating solar energy ...

Mon 22 Mar 10 from ScienceDaily

Nanowire advances are key to efficient energy and lighting

A recent advance by Arizona State Univ. researchers in developing nanowires could lead to more efficient photovoltaic cells for generating energy from sunlight, and to better light-emitting ...

Mon 22 Mar 10 from R&D Mag

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