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Investigations on Heterojunction Silicon Solar Cell by Using Silicon-Boron Alloy Target

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The properties of heterojunction silicon solar cells were studied by using boron grains and silicon-boron targets. A higher efficiency of 11.7% and good stability were achieved by using sputtering with silicon-boron alloy target.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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