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Interconversion of Light and Electricity in Molecular Semiconductors

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Carbon-based molecular semiconductor devices can be engineered to allow very efficient conversion of electrical energy to light (in smart phone OLED displays). They can also provide thin-film solar cells that share some of the operating mechanisms that are used in photosynthesis. I will discuss some of the underlying science that makes this possible and some of the engineering challenges to bring this to practical implementations.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Physics Society series.

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