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Thin Films for Photovoltaic and Related Device Applications: Volume 426. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129251
  • Book
  • November 1996
  • Region: Global
  • 606 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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There has been considerable progress in the development of thin-film photovoltaic devices with new efficiency records and enhanced durability. These achievements are the result of significant advances in the fundamental understanding of the materials, interfaces and devices. With 18 countries represented, this truly international volume brings together engineers and researchers from academic, industrial and national laboratories worldwide to review different materials systems and address common issues and problems. A wide variety of topics related to the development of thin-film photovoltaic and related devices, including thick-film transistors and materials for flat-panel displays, are addressed. Areas of emphasis include materials synthesis, device fabrication and characterization, and modelling. Topics include: thin-film amorphous silicon devices; thin-film silicon devices; thin-film devices based on copper-indium diselenide; cadmium-telluride devices; transparent conductive oxides and related materials for thin-film devices; and novel concepts for thin-film photovoltaics.
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Anthony Catalano
Chris Eberspacher
David Ginley
Terry M. Peterson
Hans W. Schock
Takahiro Wada
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