MCSI

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AcronymDefinition
MCSIMultiple Capture Single Image
MCSIMining Consulting Services, Inc.
MCSIMotorola Cellular Services, Inc.
MCSIMulti-Channel Communications Sciences Inc.
MCSIMember of Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (UK)
MCSIMulti-Media Chunk Stream Identifier
MCSIMicrocrystalline Silicon
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Xu Xixiang, Hanergy has achieved an enormous amount of innovative work as well as experience gathering in the fields of non-crystalline silicon, microcrystalline silicon, and Transparent conductive oxide thin films.
Wagner, "Amorphous and microcrystalline silicon solar cells prepared at high deposition rates using RF (13.56 MHz) plasma excitation frequencies," Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells, vol.
Carius et al., "Performance of p- and n-side illuminated microcrystalline silicon solar cells following 2 MeV electron bombardment," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Astronergy, a subsidiary of the Chint Group, is supplying its thin film amorphous microcrystalline silicon technology PV panels to a 1.65MWp solar park in Thailand.
Mohammed-Brahim, "Transport mechanisms in hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon," Thin Solid Films, vol.
Yamamoto et al., "Boron-doped microcrystalline silicon oxide film for use as back surface field in cast polycrystalline silicon solar cells," Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
Lederer, "Combining randomly textured surfaces and photonic crystals for the photon management in thin film microcrystalline silicon solar cells," Optics Express, vol.
This kind of textures could be suitable for the growth of [mu]c-Si and a-Si as it does not exhibit peaks or deep valleys that can create cracks in the microcrystalline silicon films.
With the technologies of the reflective layer and the 4-step laser scribing, eight different colors of purple, dark blue, light blue, silver, gold, orange, red, and coffee tandem amorphous/ microcrystalline silicon thin-film see-through solar modules were successfully designed and mass-produced in Auria's 60 MW production line, as shown in Figure 7.
Other groups have integrated a-Si:H and hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon ([micro]c-Si:H) absorbers into tandem structure cells with a stabilized efficiency over 10% [7-9].
Ballif, "Microcrystalline silicon solar cells: effect of substrate temperature on cracks and their role in post-oxidation," Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, vol.