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Extremely cost-effective and efficient solar vapor generation

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We report an efficient strategy using extremely low-cost materials. Due to the excellent thermal insulation, a record thermal efficiency of ~88% was obtained under one sun without concentration, corresponding to the evaporation rate of 1.28 kg/(m2·h).

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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