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Amorphous Silicon Technology 1996: Volume 420. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129245
  • Book
  • December 1996
  • 909 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This book from the highly successful series on amorphous-silicon science and devices reflects the increasing range of applications for a-Si technology. Advances in solar cells incorporating microcrystalline silicon absorber layers are discussed, and a new manufacturing facility for amorphous-silicon-based tandem solar cells is highlighted. Progress towards realizing both higher resolution and improved visibility in active-matrix liquid crystal displays is featured. And while work on raising the deposition rate for amorphous-silicon transistors is also outlined, it is expected that advances in devices and manufacturing will be accelerated when several fundamental puzzles regarding amorphous silicon's structure and optoelectronic properties are resolved. Topics include: solar cells; thin-film transistors and flat-panel displays; sensors, detectors and novel devices; device physics; deposition technologies; studies of growth processes; hydrogen and structure a-Si:H; defects and equilibration in a-Si:H; fundamental issues in defect processes; transport and recombination processes; thin films for photovoltaic and related device applications.
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Michael Hack
Akihisa Matsuda
Eric A. Schiff Syracuse University, New York.

Ruud Schropp Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Sigurd Wagner Princeton University, New Jersey.
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