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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: A Simple Technology To Improve Crystalline-silicon Solar Cell Efficiency
Author: Marques F.C.
Urdanivia J.
Chambouleyron I.
Abstract: The manufacturing of high-efficiency crystalline-silicon (c-Si) solar cells involves advanced technologies and sophisticated equipment not available in third-world country laboratories. This paper shows that conversion efficiencies in the 15-16% range can be achieved with a simple laboratory process. The main steps, which only require the use of analytic grade chemicals, are: (a) diffusion of a phosphorus-doped emitter layer on a textured surface; (b) deposition of narrow top metal contacts using a photolithography process; (c) Al alloyed back surface field, and d) a chemically sprayed tin dioxide antireflective coating. © 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Date Issue: 1998
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