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Monocrystalline solar panels are made out of a single crystalline piece of silicon. It is made of very high purity single crystal silicon which allows more freedom for the electrons to move compared to the multi or polycrystal solar cells that give it the advantage to produce more power in the same area as the polycrystalline cells. It also provides a much unique look which is crystal black rather than the blue-like broken cells. Single crystal technology was founded in 1950 by using the Czochralski process which was discovered in 1916. However, the monocrystalline solar panel was introduced to the market after polycrystalline solar panels are a better version of silicon solar cells.
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