Solar panels don’t really “absorb” sun-power. Rather they use sunlight to activate certain chemicals in the photovoltaic cell. These chemicals generate reactions which produce energy. To read more about how solar panels work, click here:
No, solar panels have the ability to absorb on certain wavelengths of the light spectrum. Some wavelengths may not have enough energy and bounce off the solar panel, while other pass straight through. To read more about energy loss in solar cells, visit this site: http://science.howstuffworks.com/solar-cell4.htm
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