Tubes for sunlight: Solar cells with high short-circuit photocurrent, incident monochromatic photon-to-electron conversion efficiency, and power conversion efficiency have been made from flexible, light-weight, ultrastrong, and semiconductive nanotube fibers (see picture). The alignment of the nanotubes in the fiber is crucial for the excellent charge separation and charge transport properties observed.
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