Physical Modelling of Luminescence Spectra from Crystalline Silicon
We demonstrate that complex luminescence spectra from silicon wafers can be accurately modelled using a simple expression for the individual phonon-related components. By using combinations of various phonon emission and absorption events, it is possible to build up the entire luminescence spectra, which we demonstrate for temperatures between 78 to 300 K. At room temperature, the dominant components of the spectra are caused by emission and absorption of momentum-conserving transverse optical...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition|
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