MIS solar cells: A review

  title={MIS solar cells: A review},
  author={D. L. Pulfrey},
  journal={1977 International Electron Devices Meeting},
  • D.L. Pulfrey
  • Published 1977
  • Physics
  • 1977 International Electron Devices Meeting
  • The metal-thin film insulator-semiconductor (MIS) structure is currently receiving much attention in solar cell studies. Both theoretical and practical investigations indicate that this structure offers a means of overcoming the principal deficiency of Schottky barrier solar cells, namely low open-circuit photovoltage, while maintaining the attractive features that have led the metal-semiconductor junction to be considered as a possible alternative to the p-n junction for large-area… CONTINUE READING
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