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Modeling of annealing kinetics for hydrogenated-amorphous-silicon-based solar cells using two-component metastable defects
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10.1063/1.2213507
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(Color) Thermal annealing behaviors for the solar cell as a function of (from Ref. 4 ). The symbols, black lines, and red lines denote experimental data, simulated data using the two-component kinetic model, and simulated data using the stretched exponential kinetic model, respectively.

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(Color) Comparison of the thermal annealing behavior for -based solar cells (from Ref. 6 ). The symbols, black lines, and red lines denote experimental data, simulated data using the two-component kinetic model, and simulated data using the stretched exponential kinetic model, respectively. The following fitting parameters were employed: (i) undiluted , , , and ; (ii) pc-Si:H— , , , and ; and (iii) (at the onset of the microcrystalline regime)— , , , and . All time constants and evaluated recovery times are in min.

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2006-06-14
2014-04-18
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Scitation: Modeling of annealing kinetics for hydrogenated-amorphous-silicon-based solar cells using two-component metastable defects
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/88/24/10.1063/1.2213507
10.1063/1.2213507
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