First Iron-Based, Light-Emitting Molecules Have Potential for Low-Cost Solar Cells, Displays: Page 2 of 2

Scientists at Lund University in Sweden have successfully manipulated the electronic properties of iron-based molecules so that they better resemble the ruthenium-based substances typically used in metal-based dye molecules that form the basis for applica

Uppsala and from Copenhagen—plans to continue their work to optimize the molecule for its various potential applications, Wärnmark said.

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