No, it's not when you're super (super-) late (-latt) and thus on ice (-ice).
Superlattices are mentioned very frequently in the literature, and they are often used in the context of quantum dots, so I thought it would be a good idea to write about what they actually are. They are basically a description of how materials are organized three-dimensionally.
In this case, superlattices describe the organization and order of layers of quantum dots in a multijunction solar cell. This is a very important concept because I plan to analyze the efficicacy of different superlattices for quantum dot multijunction solar panels.
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In other news, I have begun to work on putting together a hopefully engaging (it might possibly be funny!), understandable, and edifying presentation on the Santra & Kamat paper. Hopefully you guys will enjoy it (on Tuesday)! :)
Thanks for reading,