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Materials for Photovoltaics: Volume 836. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129567
  • Book
  • September 2005
  • 302 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Solar-cell performance is critically dependent on the optical and electrical properties of their constituent materials. In order to obtain significant improvements in performance for future generations of photovoltaic devices, it will be necessary to either improve the properties of existing materials or engineer new materials and device structures. This book focuses on materials issues and advances for photovoltaics. Topics include: dye-sensitized solar cells; nanoparticle/hybrid solar cells; polymer-based devices; small molecule-based devices; III-V semiconductors; II-VI semiconductors and transparent conducting oxides and silicon thin films.
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Part I - Dye-sensitized Solar Cells;

Part II - Nanoparticle-hybrid Solar Cells;

Part III - Polymer-based Devices;

Part IV - Small Molecule-based Devices;

Part V - Poster Session;

Part VI - III-V Semiconductors;

Part VII - II-VI Semiconductors and Transparent Conducting Oxides;

Part VIII - Silicon Thin Films; Author index; Subject index.
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Michael Durstock
Daniel Friedman National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado.

Russell Guadiana
Angus Rockett University of Illinois.
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