The world’s smallest solar cell is one quarter the size of one grain of rice and was developed at the University of South Florida. Twenty of these cells can generate 7.8 volts of power. They are stored in a solution so they don’t need to be set up as normal cells and can instead be brushed onto a surface in a solvent or paste form.
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