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Amorphous Silicon / Crystalline Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells

Fahrner, Wolfgang Rainer (Ed.)

Jointly published with Chemical Industry Press

2013, XI, 111 p. 93 illus.

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  • Offers a broad survey of heterojunction solar cells
  • Provides detailed information on characterization techniques for heterojunction solar cells
  • Discusses the contributions of Chinese scientists to research on heterojunction solar cells

Amorphous Silicon/Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells deals with some typical properties of heterojunction solar cells, such as their history, the properties and the challenges of the cells, some important measurement tools, some simulation programs and a brief survey of the state of the art, aiming to provide an initial framework in this field and serve as a ready reference for all those interested in the subject. This book helps to “fill in the blanks” on heterojunction solar cells. Readers will receive a comprehensive overview of the principles, structures, processing techniques and the current developmental states of the devices.

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang R. Fahrner is a professor at the University of Hagen, Germany and Nanchang University, China.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Amorphous/crystalline layer structure - Heterojunction solar cell - Passivation - Solar cell efficiency - Solar cell simulation

Related subjects » Applied & Technical Physics - Engineering - Optical & Electronic Materials

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