A review of thin film crystalline silicon for solar cell applications. Part 1 : native substrates
Approximately half the cost of a furnished crystalline silicon solar module is due to the silicon itself. Combining this fact with a high efficiency potential makes thin film crystalline silicon solar cells a growing research area. This paper, written in two parts, aims to outline world-wide research on this topic. The subject has been divided into techniques which use native substrates and techniques which use foreign substrates. Light trapping, vapour and liquid phase deposition techniques,...[Show more]
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