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Introducing Top Performance Nitride Semiconductor for Environment-friendly Photovoltaic

A research team at Tokyo Institute of Technology has discovered that copper nitride acts as P-type conductor and an n-type semiconductor, which using a significant nitriding technique applicable for computational search or mass production. This resolved electronic and microscopy analysis by using synchrotron radiation relevantly. These above P-type and n-type nitride semiconductors made up of…
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DOE contracts with Sunvapor to develop the Demand of Solar Steam

Sunvapor INC company develops solutions for technology to sustain challenges which are announced to receive $ 1.5 million from Energy solar technology office in USA. This will advance the solar-thermal desalination process, which can minimize the costs and increase production of freshwater from unusable water sources.  The solar steam on demand project will introduce with…
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An Excellent Approach towards Generating Efficient Solar Cells

The teams of scientists at Friedrich-Alexander-Universitate Erlangen-Nurnberg (FAU) are working on for joint research about generating more electricity from solar cells, which is called as singlet-fission research. This would empower the productivity of solar cells, and it happens for the current research team who have made this possible. This discovery has been published in the…
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The magnetic sense which is Refined

The base of technology experience and quantum science is an ever-intensifying activity. The fascinating sights are presently dependent on the reports, which are progressing towards making quantum computers. This helps in performing their identical classical parts at significant computation functions.  The primary challenge in this query is to maximize the number and quality of building…
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The Parker solar probe of NASA where Latest Heat Shield Installed

In the year 2018, June 27th the Parker Solar Probe launched the mission. The mission will get closer to the sun than any human-made object. This solar probe heat shield is called as TPS or thermal protection system on the spacecraft.  In the making of 60 years of this mission, parker solar probe will make…
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Antarctic Ice loss revealed by the decades of satellite monitoring

There are few scientists from the University of California, the University of Leeds and the University of Maryland who have viewed the decades of satellite measurements to discover that how sea ice, ice shelves, and Antarctica glaciers are changing.  In the year 2018, June 14th the nature journal published the Antarctica-focused issue especially. This explains…
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