NewsNew atomically thin material could improve efficiency of
light-based tech

21st December 2021by admin0
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Solar panels, cameras, biosensors and fiber optics are
technologies that rely on photodetectors, or sensors that convert
light into electricity. Photodetectors are becoming more efficient
and affordable, with their component semiconductor chips decreasing
in size. However, this miniaturization is pushing against limits
set by current materials and manufacturing methods, forcing
trade-offs between size and performance.

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