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Amorphous silicon technology, 1989

symposium held April 25-28, 1989, San Diego, California, U.S.A.

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Published by Materials Research Society in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amorphous semiconductors -- Congresses.,
  • Silicon alloys -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Arun Madan ... [et al.].
    SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings -- vol. 149, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings -- v. 149
    ContributionsMadan, A., Symposium on Amorphous Silicon Technology (1989 : San Diego, Calif.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7871.99.A45 A478 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 742 p. :
    Number of Pages742
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20075818M
    ISBN 101558990224

    The refractive index of a-Si:H was set at 3. Bezemer, R. Schropp, Hydrogen microstructure in hydrogenated amorphous silicon, Phys. These systems combine a solar cell, which converts electromagnetic radiation photons into electricity, with a solar thermal collectorwhich captures the remaining energy and removes waste heat from the solar PV module.

    Koyama, L. Malten, P. Veuille, J. These modules do not require the presence of a transparent conducting oxide layer.

    In this work, two approaches to lower roughness were tested. Maruyama, S. Brockhoff, J. The only drawback to using amorphous silicon in solar cell applications is something known as the Staebler-Wronski effect.


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Amorphous silicon technology, 1989 book

Brechet, and A. Google Scholar Mackenzie, K. Radelaar, Determination of the optical bandgap of amorphous silicon, Phil. Moore, and D. Chen, and M. Figure 10 presents the structural parameters used in the simulation. Obviously, the criteria for device quality depend on the specific device and also on which part of the device the material is used for.

Wyrsch, J. Tsybeskov, Investigation of localized states in As2Se3-films by the method of space-charge-limited 1989 book, Fiz. Capezutto, Raman scattering from small particle size poly crystalline silicon, Solid State Commun. It should be noted that these numerical analyses indicate the VIT devices are more robust against unwanted variation of refractive index than interlayer coupling devices based on grating couplers, which are sensitive to the refractive indices of both waveguide and cladding materials.

Helm, H. Schropp, and A. Maley, Infrared absorption strength and hydrogen content of hydrogenated amorphous silicon, Phys. Nitta, H. Meiling and R. Brunel, Experimental determination of the nanocrystalline volume fraction in silicon thin films from Raman spectroscopy, Appl.

Google Scholar Yang, L. Noda, and M. Matsuda, Sticking and recombination of the SiH 3 radical on hydrogenated amorphous silicon: the catalytic effect of diborane, Surf.

Duttagupta and P. Fritzsche, Density of states and mobility-lifetime product in hydrogenated amorphous silicon, from thermostimulated conductivity and photoconductivity measurements, Phil. In contrast, the top surface of the as-grown a-Si:H is approximately three times rougher than that of the c-Si on a SOI wafer, as illustrated in the atomic force microscope AFM images in Figure 5.

McCaffrey, H. Kamins, R. Fauchet, K. Wyrsch, P. Google Scholar Meiling, H. Google Scholar Weber, K.Abstract. This paper discusses the effect of hydrogen in the plasma deposition of amorphous and crystalline silicon. The way hydrogen controls the defect reduction, film formation process, atomic structure, hydrogen incorporation, electronic properties, and grain growth is examined systematically by deliberately adding hydrogen to the silane plasma to enhance its `etching' sylvaindez.com by: Get this from a library!

Amorphous silicon technology, symposium held April, San Diego, California, U.S.A. [A Madan;]. Oct 10,  · Amorphous silicon is form of silicon, the second most abundantly occurring natural element on Earth. However, it differs from silicon in that it is non-crystallized and disordered in the same way that ordinary glass is, meaning that some of the atoms in its chemical structure resist bonding.

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30 January – 29 January S. Guha and J. Yang. United Solar Ovonic LLC. Troy, Michigan. Subcontract Report. NREL/SR May NREL is operated by Midwest Research Institute. This is a treatise on the physics and applications of the new emerging technology of amorphous semiconductors.

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