Characterization and fundamental investigation of laser doping for silicon solar cells
Advanced structures with localized contacts can enable high efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells, but they are complex and costly to fabricate using conventional techniques. Hence, the development of new, cheaper processes to produce localized contact regions is of great interest. One of the most promising processes is laser doping. This thesis explores three main areas related to the challenges of laser doping, in particular the characterization of the laser-doped regions, the...[Show more]
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