Transfer of monocrystalline Si films for thin film solar cells
Monocrystalline silicon is an excellent material for photovoltaic applications. Until recently, it was considered to be unsuitable for the next generation of thin film solar cells since no cost effective ways of producing thin, monocrystalline silicon layers were known. However, the last few years have seen the development of a number of new techniques which allow the detachment of silicon films from a single crystal substrate. These new approaches promise higher cell efficiencies than appear...[Show more]
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