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Publication and to the writer NOORDHOFF who made attainable the looks of the second one version and enabled the writer to introduce the above-mentioned modifi cations and additions. Moscow M. A. NAIMARK August 1963 FOREWORD TO the second one SOVIET variation during this moment version the preliminary textual content has been labored once more and greater, convinced parts were thoroughly rewritten; specifically, bankruptcy VIII has been rewritten in a extra available shape.
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Zhu “really showed that this concept is possible,” says Prashant Kamat of the University of Notre Dame, who was not involved in the research. Stalling the electrons is only part of the goal, however. Zhu is now looking for a way to help the conductor convert as many hot electrons as possible into current so the conductor itself does not also absorb them as heat. Many obstacles remain to a working solar cell. “We need to establish all the physics,” Zhu says—exactly how hot electrons cool, how they transfer into conductors.
One solution is to slow down how fast the electrons cool, creating more time for them to be captured. Last year chemist Xiaoyang Zhu of the University of Texas at Austin and his colleagues turned to quantum dots consisting of a few thousand atoms each. Zhu deposited lead-selenide dots onto a conducting layer of titanium dioxide, a common material. When he shone a light, the hot electrons took up to 1,000 times longer to lose their heat. Zhu “really showed that this concept is possible,” says Prashant Kamat of the University of Notre Dame, who was not involved in the research.