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Thinner, Cheaper Solar Cells?

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A device similar to the giant atom smashers used by physicists may be the key to cheaper solar cells. Twin Creeks Technologies in San Jose has created a machine that uses high-energy protons to carve silicon wafers into thin layers, each of which can then be fashioned into a solar cell.

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