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Using Snail Teeth to Improve Solar Cells and Batteries



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“UC Riverside Assistant Professor David Kisailus is researching a marine snail called chiton to to create less costly and more efficient nanoscale materials to improve solar cells and lithium-ion batteries” - UC Riverside


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