Size matters

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“When materials are brought down to the nanoscale dimension, their properties for some performance characteristics dramatically change,” said Cagin who is a past recipient of the prestigious Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology. “One such example is with piezoelectric materials. We have demonstrated that when you go to a particular length scale – between 20 and 23 nanometers – you actually improve the energy-harvesting capacity by 100 percent.”

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