Effect of annealing on the structure of polycrystalline silicon
The photoelectric method of converting solar energy is a promising and environmentally safe way of producing electric power. Sunlight can be converted into electric power by means of solar cells. The present paper concerns a study of polycrystalline silicon plates for the production of solar cells in the initial state and after heat treatment.
KeywordsSolar Cell Polycrystalline Silicon Satellite Peak Crystalline Silicon Solar Cell Segregation Defect
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