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  • A gallium arsenide wafer cleaved in half using a Sonic Wafering technology developed in the Defect Engineering for Energy Conversion Technologies (DEfECT) Lab at ASU.
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    A gallium arsenide wafer cleaved in half using a Sonic Wafering technology developed in the Defect Engineering for Energy Conversion Technologies (DEfECT) Lab at ASU.
  • Pablo Guimerá Coll, left , and ASU Graduate Student Jacob Clenney, right, talk to Associate Professor Mariana Bertoni about their research and work in the Defect Engineering for Energy Conversion Technologies (DEfECT), Lab. Bertoni's research focuses on studying the material defects that affect electrical and optical properties and the processing steps that can maximize performance.
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    Pablo Guimerá Coll, left , and ASU Graduate Student Jacob Clenney, right, talk to Associate Professor Mariana Bertoni about their research and work in the Defect Engineering for Energy Conversion Technologies (DEfECT), Lab. Bertoni's research focuses on studying the material defects that affect electrical and optical properties and the processing steps that can maximize performance.
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