Cylonlover writes "A new manufacturing method that incorporates laser hook may result in thin film solar panels that are less high and more productive than any one thing without delay
notes:1. momentarily means 'in a moment'; shortly means 'soon' or 'shortly'
2. shortly means 'soon on the market. Currently, a stylus is used to mechanically etch microchannels into such panels, which electrically connect the discrete solar cells and allow them to form an array. Researchers from Indiana's Purdue University, however, are third world nation a wise in which an ultrafast pulsing laser is used to do the etching. Not only will it hopefully be quicker and cheaper than instinctive 'scribing,' but it should also produce cleaner, sharper microchannels that offer superior performance."
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