In this study, we propose an approach that achieves spatial control of the melt-front location of pure phase change materials using pressure-enhanced close contact melting, enhancing thermal management and storage to support a rapidly-electrifying energy infrastructure.
Here we report a new CdTe solar cell doping approach with great potential using a solution method via an ex-situ diffusion technique at low temperature (<230 ºC). The As doped CdSeTe solar cells with a decent efficiency of 18% and a breakthrough activation ratio of ~ 5.88% are obtained.
We developed a facile and scalable process to synthesize ultrathin (0.5 to 20 μm), free-standing and mechanically robust Li metal foils within graphene oxide host, enabling ideal prelithiation of conventional Li-ion full cells and prolong the cycle life of Li metal full cells by nine times.
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