Handbook of the Physics of Thin-Film Solar Cells
This handbook is a compendium giving a comprehensive description of the basics of semiconductor physics relevant to the design and analysis of thin film solar cell materials. It starts from the basics of material science, describing the material and its growth, defect and electrical properties, the...
|Main Author:||Böer, Karl W.|
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- From the Contents: Structure and growth of semiconductors
- Creation and motion of lattice defects
- Photochemical reactions
- Lattice defects, grain boundaries, surfaces, interfaces
- Shallow level centers
- Deep level centers
- Carrier scattering at low fields (phonons, small defects)
- Carrier mobility influenced by large defects
- Highly doped semiconductors
- Drift, diffusion currents and quasi Fermi levels
- Electron statistics, Boltzmann, Fermi-Dirac.-Electron generation and tunneling, quasi Fermi levels.