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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Absorption coefficient spectra of μc-Si in the low-energy region 0.4–1.2eV Kitao, J.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 245-251
7 p.
artikel
2 Absorptivity as a predictor of the photoluminescence spectra of silicon solar cells and photosynthesis Smestad, Greg P.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 57-71
15 p.
artikel
3 Accelerated aging tests of chromium containing amorphous hydrogenated carbon coatings for solar collectors Gampp, R.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 369-377
9 p.
artikel
4 Accelerated degradation test method for a-Si PV modules Igari, Sanekazu
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 473-483
11 p.
artikel
5 Accurate generation rate profiles in a-Si :H solar cells with textured TCO substrates Tao, G.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 359-366
8 p.
artikel
6 A comparative study of the optical properties of nickel pigmented alumina films of different thicknesses exposed to elevated temperature and humidity Wäckelgård, Ewa
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 171-179
9 p.
artikel
7 A comparison of the mechanisms of photooxidative degradation of organic molecules on irradiated semiconductor powders and in aerated supercritical water Fox, Marye Anne
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 381-390
10 p.
artikel
8 AC side harmonic and phenomena accompanying DC-injection of utility-interactive PV system Akhmad, Kholid
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 303-313
11 p.
artikel
9 Adaptation of monocrystalline solar cell process to multicrystalline materials Ponce-Alcántara, S.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 411-421
11 p.
artikel
10 A detailed study of H2 plasma passivation effects on GaAs/Si solar cell Wang, G.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 599-605
7 p.
artikel
11 Adhesional shear strength and surface analysis of a PV module deployed in harsh coastal climate Dhere, Neelkanth G.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 363-367
5 p.
artikel
12 Advanced buried contact solar cell structure Cho, Young H.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 173-177
5 p.
artikel
13 Advanced concept for dispersed power supply system using AC modules Okada, Naotaka
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 571-581
11 p.
artikel
14 Advanced cost-effective crystalline silicon solar cell technologies Nijs, J.F
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 249-259
11 p.
artikel
15 Advanced diffusion system for low contamination in-line rapid thermal processing of silicon solar cells Biro, D.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 35-41
7 p.
artikel
16 Advanced fabrication technologies of integrated-type structure for a-Si solar cells Kiyama, Seiichi
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 373-381
9 p.
artikel
17 Advanced grid connected PV system with functions to suppress disturbance by PV output variation and customer load change Kim, Hong-Sung
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 559-569
11 p.
artikel
18 Advanced III–V solar cell structures grown by MOVPE Bett, A.W
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 541-550
10 p.
artikel
19 Advanced procedure for the assessment of the lifetime of solar absorber coatings Köhl, M.
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 275-289
15 p.
artikel
20 Advances in amorphous silicon alloy cell and module technology Guha, S.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 365-371
7 p.
artikel
21 Advances in Bragg stack quantum well solar cells Johnson, D.C.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 169-179
11 p.
artikel
22 Advances in monocrystalline Si thin film solar cells by layer transfer Bergmann, R.B
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 213-218
6 p.
artikel
23 Ageing of solar booster reflector materials Nostell, Per
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 235-246
12 p.
artikel
24 A generalized Kirchhoff Law for quantum absorption and luminescence Ries, Harald
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 39-44
6 p.
artikel
25 A large discrepancy between CPM and ESR defect densities in light-soaked a-Si:H Shimizu, Tatsuo
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 203-207
5 p.
artikel
26 A life-cycle analysis on thin-film CdS/CdTe PV modules Kato, Kazuhiko
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 279-287
9 p.
artikel
27 All solid state electrochromic devices on glass and polymeric foils Lechner, R.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 139-146
8 p.
artikel
28 Aluminium BSF in silicon solar cells Kaminski, A
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 373-379
7 p.
artikel
29 Aluminium-induced crystallisation of silicon on glass for thin-film solar cells Nast, Oliver
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 385-392
8 p.
artikel
30 Aluminum alloy back p–n junction dendritic web silicon solar cell Meier, D.L
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 621-627
7 p.
artikel
31 Amorphous and microcrystalline silicon solar cells prepared at high deposition rates using RF (13.56MHz) plasma excitation frequencies Rech, B
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 267-273
7 p.
artikel
32 Amorphous and ‘micromorph’ silicon tandem cells with high open-circuit voltage Löffler, J.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 251-259
9 p.
artikel
33 Amorphous silicon based photovoltaics—from earth to the “final frontier” Yang, Jeffrey
2003
41-42 1-4 p. 597-612
16 p.
artikel
34 Amorphous silicon oxide and its application to metal/n-i-p/ITO type a-Si solar cells Sichanugrist, P.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 415-422
8 p.
artikel
35 Amorphous silicon solar cell computer model incorporating the effects of TCO/a-Si:C:H junction Smole, Franc
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 385-392
8 p.
artikel
36 Amorphous silicon solar cell on textured tempered glass substrate prepared by sandblast process Taniguchi, H.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 101-106
6 p.
artikel
37 Analysis of energy balance of electricity and heat generated by TPV generators Amano, Takashi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 579-583
5 p.
artikel
38 Analysis of free-carrier optical absorption used for characterization of microcrystalline silicon films Sameshima, T
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 389-395
7 p.
artikel
39 Analysis of impurity diffusion from tunnel diodes and optimization for operation in tandem cells Kojima, Nobuaki
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 237-242
6 p.
artikel
40 Analysis of light scattering in a-Si:H-based solar cells with rough interfaces Krč, J.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 401-406
6 p.
artikel
41 Analysis of MPPT characteristics in photovoltaic power system Kawamura, T.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 155-165
11 p.
artikel
42 Analysis of temperature and illumination dependencies of CIS cell performance Nishitani, M
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 63-70
8 p.
artikel
43 Analysis of the current total harmonic distortion for different single-phase inverters for grid-connected pv-systems Sidrach-de-Cardona, M.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 529-540
12 p.
artikel
44 Analysis of the effect of hydrogen-radical annealing for SiO2 passivation Ikeda, M.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 109-115
7 p.
artikel
45 An analysis of time-dependent spatial distribution of output power from very many PV power systems installed on a nation-wide scale in Japan Murata, Akinobu
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 197-202
6 p.
artikel
46 An artificial photosynthesis porphyrin tetrad molecule for photoelectric conversion Cao, Yi
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 139-155
17 p.
artikel
47 An equivalent circuit approach to the modelling of the dynamics of dye sensitized solar cells Bay, L.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 613-628
16 p.
artikel
48 An evaluation on the life cycle of photovoltaic energy system considering production energy of off-grade silicon Kato, Kazuhiko
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 95-100
6 p.
artikel
49 A new approach to high-efficiency solar cells by band gap grading in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 chalcopyrite semiconductors Dullweber, T
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 145-150
6 p.
artikel
50 A new generation of crystalline silicon solar cells: Simple processing and record efficiencies for industrial-size devices Hezel, R.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 311-316
6 p.
artikel
51 A new perspective on the characterization of materials for a-Si:H solar cells Jiao, L.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 231-237
7 p.
artikel
52 A new protective method for grid connected dispersed PV systems to detect short circuit fault in distribution line Kobayashi, Hiromu
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 117-123
7 p.
artikel
53 Angle-dependent light scattering in materials with controlled diffuse solar optical properties Jonsson, Jacob C.
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 427-439
13 p.
artikel
54 Annealing effect of Cu2TeAu contact to evaporated CdTe film on photovoltaic properties of CdS/CdTe solar cell Uda, Hiroshi
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 141-146
6 p.
artikel
55 Announcement 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 577-
1 p.
artikel
56 Annual exergy evaluation on photovoltaic-thermal hybrid collector Fujisawa, Toru
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 135-148
14 p.
artikel
57 Anodic and optical characterisation of stain-etched porous silicon antireflection coatings Guerrero-Lemus, R
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 495-501
7 p.
artikel
58 An optimized texturing process for silicon solar cell substrates using TMAH Iencinella, D.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 725-732
8 p.
artikel
59 A novel approach for the modeling of advanced photovoltaic devices using the SILVACO/ATLAS virtual wafer fabrication tools Michael, Sherif
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 771-784
14 p.
artikel
60 A novel multicrystalline silicon solar cell using grain boundary etching treatment and transparent conducting oxide Lim, Dong Gun
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 571-578
8 p.
artikel
61 A novel organic n-type material: fluorinated perylene diimide Chen, Hong-Zheng
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 521-527
7 p.
artikel
62 An overview of silicon ribbon growth technology Hanoka, Jack I
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 231-237
7 p.
artikel
63 An overview of thermophotovoltaic generation of electricity Coutts, Timothy J
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 443-452
10 p.
artikel
64 An Si concentrator cell by single photolithography process Araki, Kenji
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 437-443
7 p.
artikel
65 Antireflection and surface passivation behaviour of SiO2/Si/SiO2 quantum wells on silicon Cho, Eun-Chel
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 147-154
8 p.
artikel
66 Anti-reflection coatings for solution-chemically derived nickel—alumina solar absorbers Boström, Tobias K.
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 183-191
9 p.
artikel
67 Antireflection of glazings for solar energy applications Nostell, Per
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 223-233
11 p.
artikel
68 Antireflective submicrometer surface-relief gratings for solar applications Gombert, Andreas
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 333-342
10 p.
artikel
69 A numerical model of p–n junctions bordering on surfaces Altermatt, Pietro P
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 165-174
10 p.
artikel
70 Apparent band-gap narrowing doping functions for silicon in the Dhariwal and Ojha's form facilitating solar cell modeling Abenante, Luigi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 491-501
11 p.
artikel
71 Apparent “gettering” of the Staebler-Wronski effect in amorphous silicon solar cells Schropp, R.E.I.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 455-463
9 p.
artikel
72 Application of an improved band-gap narrowing model to the numerical simulation of recombination properties of phosphorus-doped silicon emitters Schumacher, Jürgen O
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 95-103
9 p.
artikel
73 Application of photovoltaic systems for rural electrification at remote Islands Hwang, In-ho
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 295-302
8 p.
artikel
74 Application of rare-earth complexes for photovoltaic precursors Kawano, Katsuyasu
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 35-41
7 p.
artikel
75 Application of real-time in situ spectroscopic ellipsometry and infrared spectroscopy for characterizing interface structure of a-Si:H layer Fujiwara, H.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 209-215
7 p.
artikel
76 Application of real-time spectroscopic ellipsometry for characterizing the structure and optical properties of microcrystalline component layers of amorphous semiconductor solar cells Koh, Joohyun
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 135-142
8 p.
artikel
77 Application of scanning mid-IR-laser microscopy for characterization of semiconductor materials for photovoltaics Kalinushkin, V.P.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 47-54
8 p.
artikel
78 Application of utility interactive photovoltaic power generation system for UPS Nonaka, Sakutaro
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 271-279
9 p.
artikel
79 Approach to photocatalysis at the molecular level Design of photocatalysts, detection of intermediate species, and reaction mechanisms Anpo, Masakazu
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 221-238
18 p.
artikel
80 A pyrosol process to deposit large-area SnO2:F thin films and its use as a transparent conducting substrate for CdTe solar cells Veluchamy, P.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 179-185
7 p.
artikel
81 Areal evolution of PV systems Kurokawa, Kosuke
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 27-36
10 p.
artikel
82 A rigorous kinetic approach to model primary oxidative steps of photocatalytic degradations Minero, C.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 421-430
10 p.
artikel
83 a-Si alloy three-stacked solar cells with high stabilized-efficiency Nomoto, K.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 339-346
8 p.
artikel
84 A-Si:H buffer in a-SiGe:H solar cells Lundszien, D
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 365-372
8 p.
artikel
85 a-Si/mc-Si hybrid solar cell using silicon sheet substrate Komatsu, Yuji
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 513-518
6 p.
artikel
86 A simple and efficient process for fabricating high efficiency polycrystalline silicon ribbon solar cells Elgamel, Hussam Eldin A
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 561-564
4 p.
artikel
87 A simple passivation technique for the edge area of silicon solar cells improves the efficiency Hejjo Al-Rifai, M
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 327-333
7 p.
artikel
88 A simple photo-voltaic tracking system Karimov, Kh.S.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 49-59
11 p.
artikel
89 A simple process to remove boron from metallurgical grade silicon Khattak, Chandra P
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 77-89
13 p.
artikel
90 A simplified estimating model for in-plane irradiation using minute horizontal irradiation Unozawa, Hiroyuki
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 611-619
9 p.
artikel
91 Assessment of diffusion processes in thin films Kaltenbach, T
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 363-368
6 p.
artikel
92 Assessment of photovoltaic pumping systems in Thailand – one decade experience Kaunmuang, P.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 529-534
6 p.
artikel
93 Assessment of the importance of the role of H2O2 and O2 o−in the photocatalytic degradation of 1,2-dimethoxybenzene Pichat, Pierre
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 391-399
9 p.
artikel
94 A time-resolved Electron Nuclear Double Resonance (ENDOR) study of the photoexcited triplet state of free-base tetraphenylporphyrin Kay, C.W.M.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 111-118
8 p.
artikel
95 Atomic scale characterization of a-Si : H/a-SiC : H interface structures Miyazaki, S.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 45-51
7 p.
artikel
96 Au/Poly(3-methylthiophene)/10-(p-nitrobenzyl)-2(10H)-phenazinone/Al organic hetero-junction photovoltaic device Mikayama, Takeshi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 133-139
7 p.
artikel
97 Australian educational and research opportunities arising through rapid growth in the photovoltaic industry Wenham, S.R
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 647-654
8 p.
artikel
98 Author index to volume 72 2002
41-42 1-4 p. 629-635
7 p.
artikel
99 Author Index to Volume 78 2003
41-42 1-4 p. 663-665
3 p.
artikel
100 Author index to volume 49 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 431-439
9 p.
artikel
101 Author index to volume 48 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 393-398
6 p.
artikel
102 Author index to volume 47 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 345-348
4 p.
artikel
103 Author index to volume 50 1998
41-42 1-4 p. 345-350
6 p.
artikel
104 Author Index to Volume 87 2005
41-42 1-4 p. 825-834
10 p.
artikel
105 Author Index to Volume 84 2004
41-42 1-4 p. 467-471
5 p.
artikel
106 Author index volume 38 1995
41-42 1-4 p. 569-573
5 p.
artikel
107 Author index volume 34 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 581-589
9 p.
artikel
108 Back electrode formation for poly-Si thin film solar cells on glass having AIC-grown seeding layer Widenborg, Per
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 305-314
10 p.
artikel
109 Baseline Cu(In,Ga)Se2 device production: Control and statistical significance Kessler, J
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 67-76
10 p.
artikel
110 Basic features of transport in microcrystalline silicon Kočka, J.
2003
41-42 1-4 p. 493-512
20 p.
artikel
111 Biomass: a modem and environmentally acceptable fuel Hall, D.O.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 521-542
22 p.
artikel
112 BIPV for the high-temperature, high-rise, high-density cities of S. China: The related projects of PV HKU research group to facilitate BIPV application Close, Josie
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 449-458
10 p.
artikel
113 Book reviews and conference announcements 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 579-
1 p.
artikel
114 Boosting the efficiency of solar cells fabricated on electromagnetic cold crucible cast multicrystalline silicon by means of hydrogen passivation Elgamel, H.E.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 237-241
5 p.
artikel
115 Boron ion implantation effects in C60 films Narayanan, K.L
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 29-35
7 p.
artikel
116 Brief introductory remarks on heterogeneous photocatalysis Serpone, Nick
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 369-379
11 p.
artikel
117 Building-integrated PV modules Benemann, Joachim
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 345-354
10 p.
artikel
118 Buried-contact high efficiency silicon solar cell with mechanical grooving Yuwen, Zhao
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 167-172
6 p.
artikel
119 Buried contact silicon solar cells Wenham, S.R.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 101-110
10 p.
artikel
120 Calculation of the performances of the a-Si:H/poly-Si multistacked solar cells Kim, S.S.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 7-14
8 p.
artikel
121 Capacitance effects in high-efficiency cells Friesen, G.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 77-83
7 p.
artikel
122 Carrier transport and structural properties of polysilicon films prepared by layer-by-layer technique He, Deyan
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 271-276
6 p.
artikel
123 Case studies of large-scale PV systems distributed around desert area of the world Kurokawa, Kosuke
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 189-196
8 p.
artikel
124 CdSe quantum dot-single wall carbon nanotube complexes for polymeric solar cells Landi, B.J.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 733-746
14 p.
artikel
125 Cell structures with low-high heterojunction of c-Si and μc-Si: H under rear contact for improvement of efficiencies Kaneiwa, M.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 183-191
9 p.
artikel
126 Changes of infrared absorption by light soaking and thermal quenching in a-Si : H Gotoh, Tamihiro
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 13-18
6 p.
artikel
127 Characterisation of CVD-tungsten–alumina cermets for high-temperature selective absorbers Berghaus, A
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 19-26
8 p.
artikel
128 Characterisation of light trapping in silicon films by spectral photoconductance measurements Campbell, Patrick
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 187-193
7 p.
artikel
129 Characteristics of Al0.36Ga0.64As/GaAs tandem solar cells with pp−n−n structural AlGaAs solar cells Takahashi, Ken
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 517-524
8 p.
artikel
130 Characteristics of GaAs-based concentrator cells Araki, Kenji
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 559-565
7 p.
artikel
131 Characteristics of GaAs solar cells on Ge substrate with a preliminary grown thin layer of AlGaAs Takahashi, Ken
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 169-176
8 p.
artikel
132 Characterization of crystalline silicon grown by plasma-enhanced CVD for thin-film solar cells Kurobe, Ken-ichi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 1-9
9 p.
artikel
133 Characterization of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films prepared by thermal crystallization on Mo/glass substrate Yamaguchi, Toshiyuki
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 77-82
6 p.
artikel
134 Characterization of CuInS2 thin films prepared by sputtering from binary compounds Yamamoto, Y.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 399-405
7 p.
artikel
135 Characterization of Cu(InxGa1−x)2Se3.5 thin films prepared by rf sputtering Tanaka, Tooru
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 13-18
6 p.
artikel
136 Characterization of high-quality a-SiC : H films prepared by hydrogen-radical CVD method Andoh, N.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 89-94
6 p.
artikel
137 Characterization of high quality a-Si:H for solar cells at low energy and at low temperature by PDS Nonomura, S.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 549-555
7 p.
artikel
138 Characterization of hydrogenated amorphous silicon-carbon films deposited by hybrid-plasma CVD Fujii, Tadashi
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 409-414
6 p.
artikel
139 Characterization of pulsed laser crystallization of silicon thin film Ishigame, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 381-387
7 p.
artikel
140 Characterization of silicon carbide thin films and their use in colour sensor Zhang, S.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 343-348
6 p.
artikel
141 Characterization of surface recombination velocity at Si solar cell surface under high injection level Uematsu, T.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 169-175
7 p.
artikel
142 Characterization of the defect density and band tail of an a-Si:H i-layer for solar cells by improved CPM measurements Sasaki, Manabu
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 541-547
7 p.
artikel
143 Characterization of thin-film silicon formed by high-speed zone-melting recrystallization process Naomoto, H.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 261-267
7 p.
artikel
144 Charge transfer and charge trapping in zeolites and similar media Liu, X.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 199-219
21 p.
artikel
145 Charge transfer rate constants for semiconductor/liquid contacts Lewis, Nathan S.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 323-325
3 p.
artikel
146 Charge transport in microcrystalline Si – the specific features Kočka, J.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 61-71
11 p.
artikel
147 Charge transport in wide band gap nanoporous-nanocrystalline film electrodes Lindquist, S.-E.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 335-337
3 p.
artikel
148 Chemical bath deposition of Cds buffer layer for GIGS solar cells Hashimoto, Y.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 71-77
7 p.
artikel
149 Chemical-bath ZnO buffer layer for CuInS2 thin-film solar cells Ennaoui, A
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 277-286
10 p.
artikel
150 Chemistry of the chlorine-terminated surface for low-temperature growth of crystal silicon films by RF plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition Jung, Sughoan
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 421-427
7 p.
artikel
151 Chlorin-based supramolecular assemblies for artificial photosynthesis Wasielewski, Michael R.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 127-134
8 p.
artikel
152 CIGS solar cells on the way to mass production: Process statistics of a 30cm×30cm module line Powalla, M
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 337-344
8 p.
artikel
153 Classification of shunting mechanisms in crystalline silicon solar cells Langenkamp, M.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 433-440
8 p.
artikel
154 Columnar cermet structures in solar energy materials: Can one model spectral response with simple effective medium theories Smith, Geoffrey B.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 387-396
10 p.
artikel
155 Comment on photoelectrochemistry Lewis, N.S.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 321-322
2 p.
artikel
156 Comment on thermodynamic aspects of photochemical solar energy conversion Nozik, A.J.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 73-74
2 p.
artikel
157 Comparative studies of EFG poly-Si grown by different procedures Pivac, B.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 165-171
7 p.
artikel
158 Comparative study of defect states in light-soaked and high-temperature-annealed a-Si:H Kumeda, Minoru
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 75-80
6 p.
artikel
159 Comparative study of rapid and classical thermal phosphorus diffusion on polycrystalline silicon thin films Bourdais, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 487-493
7 p.
artikel
160 Comparing improved state-of-the-art to former EFG Si-ribbons with respect to solar cell processing and hydrogen passivation Geiger, P
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 155-163
9 p.
artikel
161 Comparison between SiN x :H and hydrogen passivation of electromagnetically casted multicrystalline silicon material Fourmond, E.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 353-359
7 p.
artikel
162 Comparison of multicrystalline silicon surfaces after wet chemical etching and hydrogen plasma treatment: application to heterojunction solar cells Ulyashin, Alexander
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 195-201
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181 Cost effective and high-performance thin film Si solar cell towards the 21st century Yamamoto, Kenji
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191 CuInS2 thin-films solar cells fabricated by sulfurization of oxide precursors Negami, Takayuki
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201 Defect recognition and impurity detection techniques in crystalline silicon for solar cells Istratov, A.A
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207 Deposition of microcrystalline silicon by electron beam excited plasma Sasaki, Toshiaki
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210 Design and properties of a refractive static concentrator module Yoshioka, K.
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211 Design, fabrication, and analysis of greater than 18% efficient multicrystalline silicon solar cells Rohatgi, A.
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212 Design of grided Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film PV modules Wennerberg, Johan
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216 Development and application demonstration of a novel polymer film based transparent insulation wall heating system Wallner, G.M.
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218 Development of a new self-powered electrochromic device for light modulation without external power supply Bechinger, C.
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219 Development of a technology of silicon production by recycling phosphorous industry wastes Mukashev, B.N.
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224 Development of highly efficient thin film silicon solar cells on texture-etched zinc oxide-coated glass substrates Müller, J
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228 Development of photovoltaics in Poland Pietruszko, S.M.
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231 Development of tempered-glass substrates with TCO films for a-Si solar cells Fukawa, Makoto
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232 Development of thin film solar cell based on Cu2ZnSnS4 thin films Katagiri, Hironori
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236 2D-numerical analysis and optimum design of thin film silicon solar cells Matsui, Takuya
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237 Dominant parameter determining dangling-bond density in hydrogenated amorphous silicon films prepared by catalytic chemical vapor deposition Masuda, Atsushi
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239 Double porous silicon layer on multi-crystalline Si for photovoltaic application Lipiński, M
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240 Dry processing of silicon solar cells in a large area microwave plasma reactor Gazuz, V
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241 Dye molecules in zeolites as artificial antenna Binder, Frank
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247 Editorial Board 1997
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251 Effect of boron gettering on minority-carrier quality for FZ and CZ Si substrates Ohe, N.
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252 Effect of concentration distribution on cell performance for low-concentrators with a three-dimensional lens Goma, S.
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253 Effect of film thickness on electrical property of microcrystalline silicon Andoh, Nobuyuki
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254 Effect of front and back contact roughness on optical properties of single junction a–Si:H solar cells Zeman, M.
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255 Effect of Ga incorporation in sequentially prepared CuInS2 thin film absorbers Neisser, A.
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256 Effect of halogen additives on the stability of a-Si:H films deposited at a high-growth rate Nishimoto, Tomonori
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257 Effect of heat treatment on carbon in multicrystalline silicon Yang, Deren
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258 Effect of high temperature steam annealing for SiO2 passivation Abe, Y
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259 Effect of hydrogen radical annealing for Si 1−x N x : H SiO 2 double-layer passivation Nagayoshi, H.
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260 Effect of hydrogen radical annealing on SiN passivated solar cells Muramatsu, Shin-ichi
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261 Effect of light degradation on bifacial Si solar cells Ohtsuka, H.
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262 Effect of thermal annealing on minority-carrier lifetimes in multicrystalline Si wafers Mimura, M.
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265 Effects of electrode potential on nanostructure of single crystalline semiconductor electrodes Uosaki, K.
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266 Effects of grain boundaries in polycrystalline silicon thin-film solar cells based on the two-dimensional model Kurobe, Ken-ichi
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267 Effects of grain boundaries on cell performance of poly-silicon thin film solar cells by 2-D simulation Fujisaki, Tomoya
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268 Effects of 1 MeV-electron irradiation on a-Si solar cells Li, L.Q.
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269 Effects of post-deposition treatment on the PL spectra and the hydrogen content of CuInS2 absorber layers Töpper, K.
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270 Effects of the i-layer properties and impurity on the performance of a-Si solar cells Hishikawa, Yoshihiro
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271 24.5% efficiency PERT silicon solar cells on SEH MCZ substrates and cell performance on other SEH CZ and FZ substrates Zhao, Jianhua
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272 Efficient CuInS2 solar cells from a rapid thermal process (RTP) Siemer, Kai
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273 Electrical activity of deep traps in p-type Si Kaniewska, M
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274 Electrical activity of grain boundaries in silicon bicrystals and its modification by hydrogen plasma treatment Fedotov, A.
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275 Electrical and optical properties of ZnO thin film as a function of deposition parameters Jeong, Woon-Jo
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276 Electrical characterization of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film solar cells and the role of defects for the device performance Rau, U.
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277 Electrical conductivity as a function of temperature in amorphous lithium tungsten oxide Berggren, Lars
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278 Electrical properties of Cl incorporated hydrogenated amorphous silicon Lee, Kyung Ha
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279 Electrical properties of coevaporated CuInS2 thin films Scheer, R.
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280 Electrical properties of Cu–In–S absorber prepared on Cu tape (CISCuT) Konovalov, I
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281 Electrical properties of CuInSe2 films prepared by evaporation of Cu2Se and In2Se3 compounds Park, Sung Chan
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282 Electrical properties of multicrystalline silicon produced by electromagnetic casting process: Degradation and improvement Boudaden, J
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283 Electrical properties of the Cu(In,Ga)Se2/ MoSe2/Mo structure Kohara, Naoki
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284 Electrochemical deposition of black nickel solar absorber coatings on stainless steel AISI316L for thermal solar cells Lira-Cantú, Mónica
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285 Electrochemically assisted photocatalysis using nanocrystalline semiconductor thin films Vinodgopal, K.
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286 Electrochromic characterization of sol–gel deposited coatings Ozer, Nilgun
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287 Electrochromic glasses prepared by the sol–gel method Reisfeld, R
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288 Electrochromic lithium nickel oxide by pulsed laser deposition and sputtering Rubin, M
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289 Electrochromic Ni oxide films studied by magnetic measurements Ragan, D.D.
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290 Electrochromic properties of Nb2O5 sol–gel coatings Schmitt, M.
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296 Electrolyte modified photoelectrochemical solar cells Licht, Stuart
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298 Electronic properties and microstructure of undoped, and B- or P-doped polysilicon deposited by LPCVD Laghla, Y.
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299 Electronic transport properties of the μc-(Si,Ge) alloys prepared by ECR Boshta, M.
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303 Enhanced light-absorption and photo-sensitivity in amorphous silicon germanium/amorphous silicon multilayer Jun, Kyung Hoon
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304 Enhancement of optical absorption for below 5 μm thin-film poly-Si solar cell on glass substrate Nakajima, Akihiko
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310 ESA's space solar array technology programme current status and future activities Fernandez Lisbona, Emilio
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312 ESTI-LOG PV plant monitoring system Lundqvist, M.
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314 ESTI scan facility Bisconti, R.
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315 European rural and other off-grid electrifications Riesch, Gerhard
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324 Exchangeable PV shingle Yagiura, T.
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658 Physical interpretation of impacts from a low-cost manufacturing process on the surface microstructure of a novel solar absorber Konttinen, P.
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 171-181
11 p.
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659 PI–100: Direct comparison of the emerging photovoltaic technologies in multi-technology retrofit building arrays installed in Oxford and Mallorca Conibeer, Gavin
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 511-518
8 p.
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660 PII - Late news 24: The scolar programme for photovoltaics in the UK Conibeer, Gavin
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 673-678
6 p.
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661 Plasma deposition of thin film silicon: kinetics monitored by optical emission spectroscopy Feitknecht, Luc
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 539-545
7 p.
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662 Plasma emission diagnostics for the transition from microcrystalline to amorphous silicon solar cells Amanatides, E.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 795-805
11 p.
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663 Plasma-refining process to provide solar-grade silicon Delannoy, Y
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 69-75
7 p.
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664 Polycrystalline Si films formed by Al-induced crystallization (AIC) with and without Al oxides at Al/a-Si interface Kim, Hyeongnam
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 323-329
7 p.
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665 Polycrystalline silicon solar cells with V-grooved surface Nakaya, H.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 219-225
7 p.
artikel
666 Polycrystalline silicon thin films and solar cells prepared by rapid thermal CVD Zhao, Yuwen
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 321-326
6 p.
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667 Polycrystalline Si thin-film solar cell prepared by solid phase crystallization (SPC) method Matsuyama, Takao
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 285-289
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668 Poly-silicon films with low impurity concentration made by hot wire chemical vapour deposition Schropp, R.E.I
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 541-547
7 p.
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669 Porous silicon as an intermediate layer for thin-film solar cell Bilyalov, R
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 477-485
9 p.
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670 Porous SiO2 films prepared by remote plasma-enhanced chemical vapour deposition – a novel antireflection coating technology for photovoltaic modules Nagel, H
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 71-77
7 p.
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671 Potential of solar home-lighting system in rural western India Malaviya, J.N.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 79-84
6 p.
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672 Potential of VHF-plasmas for low-cost production of a-Si: H solar cells Kroll, U.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 343-350
8 p.
artikel
673 Practical values of various parameters for PV system design Oshiro, Toshimitsu
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 177-187
11 p.
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674 Preface Calzaferri, Gion
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
675 Preface 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 1-8
8 p.
artikel
676 Preparation and evaluation of Cu2ZnSnS4 thin films by sulfurization of EB evaporated precursors Katagiri, Hironori
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 407-414
8 p.
artikel
677 Preparation and properties of sprayed CuGa0.5In0.5Se2 thin films Ramakrishna Reddy, K.T.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 19-24
6 p.
artikel
678 Preparation of boron-doped ZnO thin films by photo-atomic layer deposition Yamamoto, Y.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 125-132
8 p.
artikel
679 Preparation of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films from Cu–Se/In–Ga–Se precursors for high-efficiency solar cells Nishiwaki, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 217-223
7 p.
artikel
680 Preparation of CuInSe2 thin films with large grain by excimer laser ablation Yoshida, A.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 7-12
6 p.
artikel
681 Preparation of CuInS2 films with sufficient sulfur content and excellent morphology by one-step electrodeposition Nakamura, Sigeyuki
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 415-421
7 p.
artikel
682 Preparation of Culn(S x Se1−x )2 thin films by sulfurization and selenization Ohashi, T.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 37-42
6 p.
artikel
683 Preparation of microcrystalline silicon–carbon films Coscia, U.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 433-444
12 p.
artikel
684 Preparation of (n) a-Si: H/(p) c-Si heterojunction solar cells Borchert, D.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 53-59
7 p.
artikel
685 Preparation of very stable and low hydrogen content amorphous silicon films by hydrogen-radical CVD method Tsuyuki, T.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 95-100
6 p.
artikel
686 Proceedings of the 9th international photovoltaic science and engineering conference (PVSEC-9) 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 1-18
18 p.
artikel
687 Process damage free thin-film GaAs solar cells by epitaxial liftoff with GaInP window layer Yazawa, Y.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 163-168
6 p.
artikel
688 Process development of amorphous silicon/crystalline silicon solar cells Roca, F.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 15-24
10 p.
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689 Process technology for mass production of large-area a-Si solar modules Bubenzer, A.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 347-358
12 p.
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690 Production technology for amorphous silicon-based flexible solar cells Ichikawa, Yukimi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 107-115
9 p.
artikel
691 Production technology of large-area multicrystalline silicon solar cells Fujii, Shuich
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 269-275
7 p.
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692 Progress and outlook for high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells Green, M.A
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 9-16
8 p.
artikel
693 Progress in a novel high-throughput mechanical texturization technology for highly efficient multicrystalline silicon solar cells Fath, P.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 229-236
8 p.
artikel
694 Progress in large-area Cu(InGa)Se2-based thin-film modules with a Zn(O,S,OH) x buffer layer Kushiya, Katsumi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 11-20
10 p.
artikel
695 Progress in monolithic series connection of wafer-based crystalline silicon solar cells by the novel ‘HighVo’ (High Voltage) cell concept Scheibenstock, S.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 179-184
6 p.
artikel
696 Progress in multijunction amorphous silicon alloy-based solar cells and modules Guha, S.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 329-337
9 p.
artikel
697 Progress in thick-film pad printing technique for solar cells Hahne, Peter
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 399-407
9 p.
artikel
698 Progress toward high-efficiency (>24%) and low-cost multi-junction solar cell production Chiang, P.K
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 615-620
6 p.
artikel
699 Promising window layer of thin film Si solar cell with p–i–n structure prepared by using SiH2Cl2 Nakashima, T
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 429-437
9 p.
artikel
700 Promoting photovoltaic electricity usage in developing countries — Experience from Ghana Adanu, K.Godfrey
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 67-71
5 p.
artikel
701 Promotion of microcrystallization by argon in moderately hydrogen diluted silane plasma Jana, Madhusudan
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 407-413
7 p.
artikel
702 Properties of amorphous silicon solar cells fabricated from SiH2Cl2 Shimizu, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 289-295
7 p.
artikel
703 Properties of CuInS2 thin films grown by a two-step process without H2S Klenk, R.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 349-356
8 p.
artikel
704 Properties of intermediate band materials Tablero, C.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 323-331
9 p.
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705 Proposal of utilization of nuclear spent fuels for gamma cells Horiuchi, N.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 287-297
11 p.
artikel
706 Prospects of wide-gap chalcopyrites for thin film photovoltaic modules Herberholz, R.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 227-237
11 p.
artikel
707 Pulsed KrF excimer laser annealing of silicon solar cell Azuma, H.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 289-294
6 p.
artikel
708 Purification of metallurgical silicon up to solar grade Yuge, N.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 243-250
8 p.
artikel
709 PV development in Thailand Jivacate, Chaya
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 57-66
10 p.
artikel
710 PV promotion in developing countries by World Bank and other international organisations Murthy, M.R.L.N
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 629-637
9 p.
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711 PVSEC 11 Fuyuki, Takashi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 1-
1 p.
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712 PV system measurements and monitoring the European experience Blaesser, G.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 167-176
10 p.
artikel
713 PV systems in urban environment Kurokawa, Kosuke
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 469-479
11 p.
artikel
714 Quality evaluation and improvement of iron-doped electromagnetic multycrystalline silicon wafers Dhamrin, M.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 203-211
9 p.
artikel
715 Quantum efficiency and admittance spectroscopy on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells Parisi, J.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 79-85
7 p.
artikel
716 Radiation degradation of large fluence irradiated space silicon solar cells Hisamatsu, Tadashi
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 331-338
8 p.
artikel
717 Radiation-induced defects in solar cell materials Bourgoin, J.C
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 467-477
11 p.
artikel
718 Radiation resistance of MBE-grown GaInP/GaAs cascade solar cells flown onboard Equator-S satellite Haapamaa, J
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 573-578
6 p.
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719 Radiation response of InP/Si and InGaP/GaAs space solar cells Walters, R.J.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 305-313
9 p.
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720 Rapid thermal technologies for high-efficiency silicon solar cells Ebong, A.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 51-55
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721 Rate constants of interfacial electron transfer reactions: Current flow in nm-structured TiO2 electrodes Tributsch, H.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 355-366
12 p.
artikel
722 Ray-tracing of arbitrary surface textures for light-trapping in thin silicon solar cells Thorp, David
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 295-301
7 p.
artikel
723 Reactive species involved in photocatalytic transformations on zinc oxide Richard, C.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 431-440
10 p.
artikel
724 Recent developments in high-efficiency Ga0.5In0.5P/GaAs/Ge dual- and triple-junction solar cells: steps to next-generation PV cells Karam, Nasser H
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 453-466
14 p.
artikel
725 Recent progress in national photovoltaic project in Korea Song, Jinsoo
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 51-56
6 p.
artikel
726 Recrystallization of polycrystalline silicon films on ceramics by electron beam Takahashi, Tetsuo
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 327-333
7 p.
artikel
727 Reduction of defects of polycrystalline silicon thin films by heat treatment with high-pressure H2O vapor Sameshima, T
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 577-583
7 p.
artikel
728 Reduction of infrared response of CdS/CdTe thin-film solar cell with decreased thickness of photovoltaic active layer Toyama, Toshihiko
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 41-47
7 p.
artikel
729 Reduction of plasma-induced damage by electron beam excited plasma CVD Okitsu, K
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 185-191
7 p.
artikel
730 Refining of metallurgical-grade silicon by inductive plasma Alemany, C
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 41-48
8 p.
artikel
731 Reflection loss analysis by optical modeling of PV module Yamada, Takao
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 405-413
9 p.
artikel
732 Relationship between thermal treatment conditions and minority carrier lifetimes in p-type, FZ Si wafers Yoshioka, K.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 453-458
6 p.
artikel
733 Resistivity topography: a grain boundary characterisation method Barranco Dı́az, M
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 473-486
14 p.
artikel
734 Resource allocation model for planning R&D on solar cells Endo, Eiichi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 655-661
7 p.
artikel
735 Rie-texturing of multicrystalline silicon solar cells Ruby, D.S
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 133-137
5 p.
artikel
736 Role of hydrogen in hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon Itoh, T
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 239-244
6 p.
artikel
737 Role of incorporated sulfur into the surface of Cu(InGa)Se2 thin-film absorber Nagoya, Yoshinori
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 247-253
7 p.
artikel
738 Roll-to-roll manufacturing of amorphous silicon alloy solar cells with in situ cell performance diagnostics Izu, Masat
2003
41-42 1-4 p. 613-626
14 p.
artikel
739 Room-temperature luminescence and electron-beam-induced current (EBIC) recombination behaviour of crystal defects in multicrystalline silicon Kittler, M
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 465-472
8 p.
artikel
740 Secular degradation of crystalline photovoltaic modules Machida, Kyoichi
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 149-153
5 p.
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741 Selected back issues 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 351-352
2 p.
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742 Selected back issues 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 401-402
2 p.
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743 Selected back issues 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 443-444
2 p.
artikel
744 Selected back issues 1998
41-42 1-4 p. 353-354
2 p.
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745 Selected back issues 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 613-614
2 p.
artikel
746 Selective emitter formation with a single screen-printed p-doped paste deposition using out-diffusion in an RTP-step Debarge, L
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 71-75
5 p.
artikel
747 Selective emitters in buried contact silicon solar cells: Some low-cost solutions Pirozzi, L
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 287-295
9 p.
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748 Self-aligned locally diffused emitter (SALDE) silicon solar cell Salami, Jalal
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 159-165
7 p.
artikel
749 Self-aligned selective-emitter plasma-etchback and passivation process for screen-printed silicon solar cells Ruby, D.S.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 255-260
6 p.
artikel
750 Semiconductor liquid phase epitaxy for solar cell application Konuma, M.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 251-256
6 p.
artikel
751 SEM observation, photoconductivity investigation and I–V study of Si structures with patterned morphology for solar irradiance detection Gorbach, T.Ya
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 525-532
8 p.
artikel
752 Shadow protection for tandem solar cells in space Taylor, S.J
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 567-571
5 p.
artikel
753 Shunts due to laser scribing of solar cells evaluated by highly sensitive lock-in thermography Breitenstein, O.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 55-62
8 p.
artikel
754 Si-film growth using liquid phase epitaxy method and its application to thin-film crystalline Si solar cell Nishida, Shoji
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 525-532
8 p.
artikel
755 Silicon-based solar cell system with a hybrid PV module Wu, Linzhang
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 637-645
9 p.
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756 Silicon feedstock for the multi-crystalline photovoltaic industry Sarti, Dominique
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 27-40
14 p.
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757 Silicon ingot casting: process development by numerical simulations Franke, D
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 83-92
10 p.
artikel
758 Silicon ribbons and foils—state of the art Kalejs, Juris P
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 139-153
15 p.
artikel
759 Silicon sheet from silane: first results Rodrigues Pinto, C
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 209-217
9 p.
artikel
760 Silicon solar cells with antireflection diamond-like carbon and silicon carbide films Klyui, N.I.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 597-603
7 p.
artikel
761 Silicon thin-film solar cells on insulating intermediate layers Hebling, C.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 335-342
8 p.
artikel
762 Silicon tubes by a closed molten zone: a characterisation study Gamboa, R.M
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 173-181
9 p.
artikel
763 Simplified edge isolation of buried contact solar cells Arumughan, Jayaprasad
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 705-714
10 p.
artikel
764 Simplified high-efficiency silicon cell processing Basore, Paul A.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 91-100
10 p.
artikel
765 Simulation of multiply scattering media Nitz, Peter
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 297-307
11 p.
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766 Simulation of the crystallisation of silicon ribbons on substrate Apel, M
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 201-208
8 p.
artikel
767 Single-crystalline silicon solar cell with pp+ heterojunction of c-Si substrate and μc-Si : H film Nishida, M.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 131-136
6 p.
artikel
768 Single-junction a-Si solar cells with over 13% efficiency Ashida, Y.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 291-302
12 p.
artikel
769 Site dependence of the energy collection of PV modules Bücher, K.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 85-94
10 p.
artikel
770 Smart array power controllers: New DC PV system design element O'Mara, Bradley E.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 109-116
8 p.
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771 Solar cell degradation by electron irradiation. Comparison between Si, GaAs and GaInP cells de Angelis, N
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 495-500
6 p.
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772 Solar cells based on carbon thin films Krishna, Kalaga M
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 163-170
8 p.
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773 Solar cells based on CuInSe2 and related compounds: recent progress in Europe Schock, H.W.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 19-26
8 p.
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774 Solar cells from upgraded metallurgical grade (UMG) and plasma-purified UMG multi-crystalline silicon substrates De Wolf, S.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 49-58
10 p.
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775 Solar cells: past, present, future Goetzberger, Adolf
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 1-11
11 p.
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776 Solar cells prepared on multicrystalline silicon subjected to new gettering and passivation treatments Litovchenko, V.G.
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 343-351
9 p.
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777 Solar cells with Cu(In1−x Ga x )S2 thin films prepared by sulfurization Ohashi, Tsuyoshi
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 225-230
6 p.
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778 Solar energy's economic and social benefits Scheer, H.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 555-568
14 p.
artikel
779 Solar energy transmittance of translucent samples: A comparison between large and small integrating sphere measurements Chevalier, B.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 197-202
6 p.
artikel
780 Solar grade silicon feedstock supply for PV industry Woditsch, Peter
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 11-26
16 p.
artikel
781 Solar PV energy conversion and the 21st century’s civilization Hamakawa, Yoshihiro
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 13-23
11 p.
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782 Solar selective properties of electrodeposited thin layers on aluminium Möller, T
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 397-403
7 p.
artikel
783 SOLAR 2000: the next critical step towards large-scale commercialization of photovoltaics in the United States Stone, Jack L.
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 41-49
9 p.
artikel
784 Solid-state dye PV cells using inverse opal TiO2 films Somani, P.R.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 513-519
7 p.
artikel
785 Solution aspects of photoelectrochemistry Licht, S.
1995
41-42 1-4 p. 353-354
2 p.
artikel
786 Space-charge-limited currents for organic solar cells optimisation Schauer, Franz
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 235-250
16 p.
artikel
787 Spatial distribution of high-density microwave plasma for fast deposition of microcrystalline silicon film Shirai, Hajime
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
788 Spatial distribution of minority-carrier lifetime and local concentration of impurities in multicrystalline silicon solar cells Kurobe, Ken-ichi
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 183-193
11 p.
artikel
789 Spectral beam splitting technology for increased conversion efficiency in solar concentrating systems: a review Imenes, A.G.
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 19-69
51 p.
artikel
790 Spectral characteristics of a-Si:H c-Si heterostructures Gall, S.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 157-162
6 p.
artikel
791 Spectral selective radiating materials for direct radiative heating Tazawa, Masato
2004
41-42 1-4 p. 459-466
8 p.
artikel
792 Sprayed CuInS2 films grown under Cu-rich conditions as absorbers for solar cells Krunks, M.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 207-214
8 p.
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793 Stability of a-Si:H solar cells deposited by Ar-treatment or by ECR techniques Ohkawa, K.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 297-303
7 p.
artikel
794 Stability of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells and evaluation by C–V characteristics Kojima, Takeshi
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 87-95
9 p.
artikel
795 Static concentrator photovoltaic module with prism array Uematsu, T
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 415-423
9 p.
artikel
796 Static solar concentrator with vertical flat plate photovoltaic cells and switchable white/transparent bottom plate Morimoto, Masato
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 299-309
11 p.
artikel
797 Statistical analysis of local shunts and their relationship with minority-carrier lifetime in multi-crystalline silicon solar cells David, Mulati
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 445-451
7 p.
artikel
798 Status and prospects for CIS-based photovoltaics Gay, Robert R.
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 19-26
8 p.
artikel
799 Status and prospects of photovoltaics in Korea Song, Jinsoo
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 47-54
8 p.
artikel
800 Status of amorphous silicon solar cell technologies in Japan Sakai, Hiroshi
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 9-17
9 p.
artikel
801 Structural and electrical properties of polycrystalline silicon films deposited by hot-wire CVD Lee, Jeong Chul
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 233-245
13 p.
artikel
802 Structural and optical characterizations of CdTe on CdS grown by hot-wall vacuum evaporation Seto, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 167-171
5 p.
artikel
803 Structural, optical and electrical characterizations of μc-Si:H films deposited by PECVD Ambrosone, G.
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 375-386
12 p.
artikel
804 Structure analysis of CIGS solar cells by CV characteristics under monochromatic light at low-temperature levels Koyanagi, T.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 323-329
7 p.
artikel
805 Study and characterization of semiconductor junctions for photovoltaic applications by contactless methods von Aichberger, S
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 111-117
7 p.
artikel
806 Study for improvement of solar cell efficiency by impurity photovoltaic effect Kasai, Hiroto
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 93-100
8 p.
artikel
807 Study of an argon–hydrogen RF inductive thermal plasma torch used for silicon deposition by optical emission spectroscopy Bourg, F
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 361-371
11 p.
artikel
808 Study of field effect mobility in PCBM films and P3HT:PCBM blends von Hauff, Elizabeth
2005
41-42 1-4 p. 149-156
8 p.
artikel
809 Study of one-step electrodeposition condition for preparation of Culn(Se, S)2 thin films Kuranouchi, Shin'ichi
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 31-36
6 p.
artikel
810 Study of the solid phase crystallization behavior of amorphous sputtered silicon by X-ray diffraction and electrical measurements Farhi, G
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 551-558
8 p.
artikel
811 Study on areal solar irradiance for analyzing areally-totalized PV systems Otani, Kenji
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 281-288
8 p.
artikel
812 Study on cat-CVD poly-Si films for solar cell application Iiduka, Ritsuko
1997
41-42 1-4 p. 279-285
7 p.
artikel
813 Study on GaAs/GaAlAs MQW structure for photovoltaic applications Manmontri, U.
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 265-272
8 p.
artikel
814 Subject index to volume 72 2002
41-42 1-4 p. 637-639
3 p.
artikel
815 Subject Index to Volume 78 2003
41-42 1-4 p. 667-
1 p.
artikel
816 Subject index to volume 49 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 441-442
2 p.
artikel
817 Subject index to volume 47 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 349-350
2 p.
artikel
818 Subject index to volume 48 1997
41-42 1-4 p. 399-400
2 p.
artikel
819 Subject index to volume 50 1998
41-42 1-4 p. 351-352
2 p.
artikel
820 Subject Index to Volume 87 2005
41-42 1-4 p. 835-837
3 p.
artikel
821 Subject Index to Volume 84 2004
41-42 1-4 p. 473-474
2 p.
artikel
822 Subject index volume 38 1995
41-42 1-4 p. 575-586
12 p.
artikel
823 Subject index volume 34 1994
41-42 1-4 p. 591-606
16 p.
artikel
824 Sub-5 μm thin film c-Si solar cell and optical confinement by diffuse reflective-substrate Shimokawa, Ryuichi
1994
41-42 1-4 p. 277-283
7 p.
artikel
825 Substrate temperature and hydrogen dilution: parameters for amorphous to microcrystalline phase transition in silicon thin films Ray, Swati
2002
41-42 1-4 p. 393-400
8 p.
artikel
826 Superstrate-type CuInSe2-based thin film solar cells by a low-temperature process using sodium compounds Nakada, Tokio
1998
41-42 1-4 p. 97-103
7 p.
artikel
827 Suppression of light degradation of carrier lifetimes in low-resistivity CZ–Si solar cells Saitoh, T.
2001
41-42 1-4 p. 277-285
9 p.
artikel
828 Suppression of substrate distortion during zone–melting recrystallization process for thin film silicon solar cells Imada, K
2001
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829 Surface analyses of polycrystalline and Cz–Si wafers Castaldini, A
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830 Surface and bulk-passivated large area multicrystalline silicon solar cells Fukui, K.
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831 Surface microstructures of ZnO coated SnO2: F films Ikeda, Toru
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832 Surface morphologies of spectrally selective and polarization-dependent angular optical reflectors of SnO x :F-coated anodized aluminum Mwamburi, Mghendi
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833 Surface passivation at a SiO 2 n + -layer interface Takato, Hidetaka
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834 Surface passivation in high efficiency silicon solar cells Wenham, S.R
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835 Surface photovoltage analysis of crystalline silicon for photovoltaic applications Castaldini, A
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836 Surface texturing of large area multicrystalline silicon solar cells using reactive ion etching method Inomata, Y.
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837 Technical feasibility study on polycarbonate solar panels Hackmann, Martijn M.
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838 Temperature dependence of absorption coefficient spectra for μc-Si films by resonant photothermal bending spectroscopy Kunii, Toshie
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839 Temperature dependence of photoacoustic spectra in CuInSe2 thin films grown by molecular beam epitaxy Yoshino, K.
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840 Temperature-dependent properties of organic-on-inorganic Ag/p-CuPc/n-GaAs/Ag photoelectric cell Karimov, Kh. S.
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841 Temperature-dependent study of the radiative losses in double-quantum well solar cells Kluftinger, Benjamin
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842 The applicability of accelerated life testing for assessment of service life of solar thermal components Carlsson, B.
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843 The application of quantum well solar cells to thermophotovoltaics Griffin, Paul
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844 The case for a 40% efficiency goal for photovoltaic cells in 2005 Rannels, James E
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845 The creation of hydrogen radicals by the hot-wire technique and its application for μc-Si:H Harada, H
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846 The design and optimization of advanced multijunction solar cells using the Silvaco ATLAS software package Michael, Sherif
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847 The effect of the preparation conditions on the optical properties of transparent silica aerogels Tajiri, Koji
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848 The electrochromic behaviour of tin–nickel oxide Hutchins, M.G
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849 The eta-solar cell with CuInS2: A photovoltaic cell concept using an extremely thin absorber (eta) Kaiser, I
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851 The hydrogen collision model of metastability after 5 years: experimental tests and theoretical extensions Branz, Howard M.
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853 The influence of doping on charge carrier transport in a-Si:H Herm, D
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854 The influence of sodium on the properties of CuInS2 thin films and solar cells Watanabe, Takayuki
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855 The influence of the composition of Si–Ge mixed crystals on thermal diffusivity—photoacoustic approach Patrin, A.
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856 The influence of the surface on charge carrier transport in GaAs films Sanders, A
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857 The megawatt solar roof at the new Munich Trade Fair Centre – an advanced and successful new concept for PV plants in the megawatt range Cunow, E
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858 Theoretical analysis of the effect of conduction band offset of window/CIS layers on performance of CIS solar cells using device simulation Minemoto, Takashi
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859 Theoretical analysis of the optimum energy band gap of semiconductors for fabrication of solar cells for applications in higher latitudes locations Zdanowicz, T.
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860 Theoretical possibilities of In x Ga1− x N tandem PV structures Hamzaoui, Hasna
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861 The photochemical conversion and storage of solar energy: An historical perspective Bolton, James R.
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862 The photovoltaic programme in India: An overview Sastry, E.V.R.
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863 The present status and future of photovoltaic in China Zhao, Yuwen
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864 The PV Era is coming — the way to GENESIS Kuwano, Yukinori
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865 Thermal equilibration and photocreation of neutral dangling bonds in a-Si: H caused by floating bonds Shimizu, Tatsuo
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866 Thermal recovery effect on light-induced degradation of amorphous silicon solar module under the sunlight Yamawaki, Takeharu
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867 Thermal stability of GaAs tunnel junctions using carbon as a p-type dopant grown by metal-organic vapor phase epitaxy Gotoh, Shu
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868 Thermodynamics of photochemical solar energy conversion De Vos, Alexis
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869 The role of rear surface in thin silicon solar cells Llopis, F.
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870 The use of photovoltaics in a northern climate Usher, Eric
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871 The use of silicon nitride in buried contact solar cells Vogl, Bernhard
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875 Thickness determination of thin (∼20nm) microcrystalline silicon layers Gordijn, A.
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876 Thin crystalline silicon solar cells Willeke, G.P.
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877 Thin-film c-Si solar cells prepared by metal-induced crystallization Muramatsu, Shin-Ichi
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883 Thin silicon string ribbon Wallace, R.L.
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893 Transfer of buried contact cell laboratory sequences into commercial production Green, M.A.
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897 Two-dimensional minority carrier flow in high-efficiency silicon solar cells at short-circuit, open-circuit and maximum power point operating conditions Aberle, Armin G.
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900 Understanding carrier trapping in multicrystalline silicon Macdonald, Daniel
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901 Unified model of ballistic and diffusive carrier transport: Application to photovoltaic materials Lipperheide, R
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902 UVCVD silicon nitride passivation and ARC layers for multicrystalline solar cells Fourmond, Erwann
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903 Very low surface recombination velocities on 2.5 Ω cm Si wafers, obtained with low-temperature PECVD of Si-oxide and Si-nitride Leguijt, C.
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904 Visual quality assessment of electrochromic and conventional glazings Moeck, M
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905 Voltage and current loss in semiconductor solar cells from MCV and simultaneous IV measurements Sinh, Ngo Duong
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907 Wet chemical preparation and characterization of electrochromic WO3 Krings, L.H.M.
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909 XPS analysis of CdS/CuInSe2 heterojunctions Okano, Yasunori
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910 Zeolite sensitized photoelectron transfer: Modulation of reduction potentials Dutta, Prabir K.
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911 ZnO:Ga conducting-films grown by DC arc-discharge ionplating Hirasawa, Hiroshi
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912 Zone-defined growth of multicrystalline silicon film from metal-silicon solution Kita, Koji
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913 Zone melting recrystallization of silicon films for crystalline silicon thin-film solar cells Reber, S.
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