Findings by a team of Chinese researchers are challenging assumptions about how electrons move, sparking ideas on how to develop better materials to harvest solar energy. Photo: DICP
Findings by a team of Chinese researchers are challenging assumptions about how electrons move, sparking ideas on how to develop better materials to harvest solar energy. Photo: DICP
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Chinese scientists catch enigmatic electrons in the act for the first time

  • New findings challenge ideas about how electrons move and transfer energy
  • Watching electrons move under sunlight could boost efficiency of solar power

Findings by a team of Chinese researchers are challenging assumptions about how electrons move, sparking ideas on how to develop better materials to harvest solar energy. Photo: DICP
Findings by a team of Chinese researchers are challenging assumptions about how electrons move, sparking ideas on how to develop better materials to harvest solar energy. Photo: DICP
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