Fabrication and analysis of record high 18.2% efficient solar cells on multicrystalline silicon material

@article{Rohatgi1996FabricationAA,
  title={Fabrication and analysis of record high 18.2% efficient solar cells on multicrystalline silicon material},
  author={A. Rohatgi and Suda Narasimha and S. Kamra and C P Khattak},
  journal={IEEE Electron Device Letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={17},
  pages={401-403}
}
Solar cell efficiencies of 18.2% (1 cm/sup 2/ areas) have been achieved using a process sequence which involves impurity gettering on 0.65 /spl Omega/-cm multicrystalline silicon (mc-Si) grown by the heat exchanger method (HEM). This represents the highest reported solar cell efficiency on mc-Si to date. Photoconductive decay (PCD) measurements were used to monitor the lifetime in control samples which underwent the same process sequence as solar cells. PCD analysis reveals that HEM mc-Si… CONTINUE READING
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