Functional imaging of photovoltaic materials at the nanoscale

@inproceedings{Tennyson2018FunctionalIO,
  title={Functional imaging of photovoltaic materials at the nanoscale},
  author={Elizabeth M Tennyson},
  year={2018}
}
Title of dissertation: FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF PHOTOVOLTAIC MATERIALS AT THE NANOSCALE Elizabeth M. Tennyson, Doctor of Philosophy, 2018 Dissertation directed by: Professor Marina S. Leite Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics The ideal photovoltaic technology for global deployment must exhibit two key attributes: (i) high power-conversion efficiency, enabling a solar panel with a large power output per area and, (ii) low-cost/W… CONTINUE READING

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