Growth of Cu2MnSnS4 PV absorbers by sulfurization of evaporated precursors

@inproceedings{Marchionna2017GrowthOC,
  title={Growth of Cu2MnSnS4 PV absorbers by sulfurization of evaporated precursors},
  author={Stefano Marchionna and Alessia Le Donne and Marco Merlini and Simona Binetti and Maurizio Acciarri and Frederico Cernuschi},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Earth abundant Cu 2 MnSnS 4 (CMTS) absorbers for thin film solar cells were grown for the first time by a two-step vacuum approach. Metal precursors deposited on Mo-coated soda lime glass by thermal evaporation were annealed in sulfur vapors. Two series of CMTS samples were prepared to evaluate the effect of both the precursor stack (thickness and order of the metal layers) and the annealing procedure on the thin film quality. Several techniques, including Scanning Electron Microscopy… CONTINUE READING

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