Exceeding 100 percent quantum efficiency in the photocurrent of a hybrid inorganic-organic semiconductor

Exceeding 100 percent quantum efficiency in the photocurrent of a hybrid inorganic-organic semiconductor

By synthesizing a semiconducting material containing tin-based nanoparticles known as quantum dots, an international team of researchers including KAUST achieved impressive light-power conversion. Credit: KAUST/Heno Hwang Tiny crystals, known as quantum dots, have enabled an international team to achieve a quantum efficiency exceeding 100 percent in the photocurrent generated in a hybrid inorganic-organic semiconductor. Perovskites …

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