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Meshing organic nanowires

Photogenerated charge carriers from hundreds of self-assembled nanowires are harnessed to make a functional photovoltaic device.

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Figure 1: Device designs.


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Jain, A., George, S. Meshing organic nanowires. Nature Nanotech 11, 843–844 (2016).

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