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CAPTION: Rice researchers selectively filtered high-energy hot electrons from their less-energetic counterparts using a Schottky barrier (left) created with a gold nanowire on a titanium dioxide semiconductor. A second setup (right), which did not filter electrons based on energy level, included a thin layer of titanium between the gold and the titanium dioxide.

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