Heavily Doped Carrier-selective Regions for Silicon Solar Cells
While heavily doped regions are an integral part of conventional silicon solar cells for carrier separation and selective transport, they also introduce deleterious effects that constrain their performance. This thesis addresses the fundamental limitations imposed by heavy doping in silicon solar cells and explores the potential of utilising doping in a manner that circumvents them. In particular, selectively doped regions and novel carrier-selective...[Show more]
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