The yearly average energy outputs of the systems were 8831.1 kWh, 9556 kWh, 8584.4 kWh, 9570 kWh, 9411.2 kWh, 9606 kWh, and 8424.1 kWh for m-Si, p-Si, EFG-Si, CdTe, CIS, HIT, and a-Si:H
2 shows the defect density curves of the a-Si:H
(i) layer which is used in the structure.
The highest peaks were around 2[theta] = 28.5[degrees] and correspond to Si (111) which indicates that the crystallization of a-Si:H
is obtained in the AIC specimens even for the low annealing temperature of 350[degrees]C with annealing time of 15, 30, 45, and 60 min, respectively.
Thus, if a matrix of 480 x 640 pixels is considered, [C.sub.L] will be estimated as 640 x [C.sub.tft] where [C.sub.tft] represents the gate capacitance of an a-Si:H
Concerning this, great importance is given to the versatility of the a-Si:H
Wafers in group B followed the same process as that for group A except that the wafers were deposited to form an a-Si:H
film of ~5nm (4.8 nm, more correctly) thickness on the front surface prior to the phosphorus diffusion.
thin films were grown using Si[H.sub.4]/[H.sub.2] gas mixtures that were approximately 350 nm thick at 200[degrees]C.
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Advanced optical modeling predicts that light trapping methods, such as texturing the superstrate of thin-film solar cells, can maintain high photocurrents in very thin a-Si:H
solar cells .
Way to avoid [V.sub.oc] losses on textured surface which are compulsory for light trapping is to use n type a-Si:H
layer, which is less sensitive to substrates morphology and materials.