Nanotechnology approach replaces platinum in solar cells with 3D graphene

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Nanotechnology approach replaces platinum in solar cells with 3D graphene

Description Platinum is a key material in dye-sensitized solar cells, where it is used to make counter electrodes. A new, 3D form of graphene made from carbon monoxide and lithium oxide was used to replace the platinum with virtually no loss in electrical generating capacity.
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