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Research and development of the thin film layer systems used at the production of amorphous and heterojunction solar cells

Pincik, E. and Gmucova, K. and Jergel, M. and Falcony, C. and Gleskova, H. and Brunner, R. and Ortega, L. and Nadazdy, V. and Mullerova, J. and Durny, R. (2002) Research and development of the thin film layer systems used at the production of amorphous and heterojunction solar cells. In: Proceeding of Silicon 2002. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 67-77.

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the research and development of the thin film layer systems used at the production of amorphous and heterojunction solar cells