Characterisation of all-oxide solar cells using AZtec LayerProbe
Photovoltaic (PV) cells are an attractive option for generating low carbon renewable energy but traditional designs often include undesirable toxic compounds and must be manufactured under special conditions. The all-oxide approach to photovoltaic cells is thus very attractive as it circumvents many of these issues and offers a potential method of creating a lower cost, more widely used product. AZtec LayerProbe was used to characterise a combinatorial library sample with varying layer thicknesses and compositions in order to determine which combination is most effective.
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- How the use of LayerProbe has allowed the rapid and cost-effective quantification of layer thickness and composition at 208 points in a non-destructive manner.