2 article(s) from Schmid, Martina
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 771–773, doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.76
Design of a planar CIGSe solar cell.
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Scheme of the micro-concentrator solar cell concept.
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Schematic representation of ordered indium island growth on fs-laser structured, molybdenum-coated ...
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Optical micrographs of fs-laser-treated glass. For each line, the number of pulses per spot, N, is ...
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Scanning electron micrographs of laser-induced modifications on glass. Laser parameters: F = 1.63 J...
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Scanning electron micrographs of individual laser-generated ablation spots on glass (top row) and c...
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Optical micrographs of a laser-generated spot array on glass (left) and a corresponding array after...
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Scheme of laser-induced forward transfer. The scale bars in the OM insets on the right-hand side co...
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Optical micrographs of LIFT deposits on molybdenum on glass. Cu–In donor layer: 20 nm copper, 200 n...
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Scheme of the bottom-up process for the preparation of CISe or CIGSe microabsorbers via the nucleat...
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Processing of In precursor islands prepared by the nucleation approach (left) to CISe micro absorbe...
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Scheme of the process for manufacturing solar cells from microabsorbers. a) CISe absorber, b) spin ...
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Cross section of a CISe micro absorber island after processing to a micro cell imaged by tilted-vie...
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Electrical characterization with different light concentration factors for a CISe microcell from th...
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Electrical characterization under various light concentration factors for CIGSe micro cell from nuc...
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Electrical characterization under various light concentration factors for CIGSe micro cell from LIF...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 3025–3038, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.281
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