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  1. Distinction of mechanisms causing experimental degradation of perovskite solar cells by simulating associated pathways
  2. Impact of excitation energy on hot carrier properties in InGaAs multi‐quantum well structure
  3. Hot-carrier multi-junction solar cells: A synergistic approach
  4. Imaging and quantifying non-radiative losses at 23% efficient inverted perovskite solar cells interfaces
  5. Review of the mechanisms for the phonon bottleneck effect in III–V semiconductors and their application for efficient hot carrier solar cells
  6. In-Depth Chemical and Optoelectronic Analysis of Triple-Cation Perovskite Thin Films by Combining XPS Profiling and PL Imaging
  7. The influence of relative humidity upon Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film surface chemistry: An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study
  8. Using chiral ammonium cations to modulate the structure of 1D hybrid lead bromide perovskites for linearly polarized broadband light emission at room temperature
  9. Importance of atmospheric aerosol pollutants on the degradation of Al 2 O 3 encapsulated Al‐doped zinc oxide window layers in solar cells
  10. Mapping Transport Properties of Halide Perovskites via Short-Time-Dynamics Scaling Laws and Subnanosecond-Time-Resolution Imaging
  11. Analysis of short time dynamics of time resolved photoluminescence applied on perovskite absorbers
  12. Hot carriers and thermalization properties of type-II In As/AlAsSb MQW and superlattice solar cells
  13. Impact of the excitation wavelength on the properties of photo-generated hot carriers in InGaAs MQW
  14. Temperature Effects on the Energy Yield of Perovskite Solar Cells
  15. Coupled time resolved and high frequency modulated photoluminescence probing surface passivation of highly doped n-type InP samples
  16. Hot carrier relaxation and inhibited thermalization in superlattice heterostructures: The potential for phonon management
  17. From Mono- to Polynuclear Coordination Complexes with a 2,2′-Bipyrimidine-4,4′-dicarboxylate Ligand
  18. Hot carriers and phonon relaxation processes in InAs/AlAsSb quantum well solar cells
  19. Investigation of hot carrier thermalization mechanisms in quantum well structures
  20. Understanding the cooling mechanisms of hot carriers in ultrathin GaAs layers
  21. 4D-photoluminescence microscope based on single pixel imaging for characterization of semiconductors
  22. Reply to ‘Ideal solar cell efficiencies’
  23. A probability-based theoretical model for the study of photon pair detection
  24. Dynamic temperature effects in perovskite solar cells and energy yield
  25. Backside light management of 4-terminal bifacial perovskite/silicon tandem PV modules evaluated under realistic conditions
  26. Identification of surface and volume hot-carrier thermalization mechanisms in ultrathin GaAs layers
  27. Investigation of the spatial distribution of hot carriers in quantum-well structures via hyperspectral luminescence imaging
  28. Evolution of Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 surfaces under water immersion monitored by X‐ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  29. Determination of photo-induced Seebeck coefficient for hot carrier solar cell applications
  30. Imaging Electrons, Holes and Ions Transport in Halide Perovskite
  31. Imaging Electron, Hole, and Ion Transport in Halide Perovskite
  32. Optimized Operation of Quantum-Dot Intermediate-Band Solar Cells Deduced from Electronic Transport Modeling
  33. Advanced analysis for hot-carriers photoluminescence spectrum
  34. Fabrication and optical characterization of ultrathin III-V transferred heterostructures for hot-carrier absorbers
  35. Physics of the inter-subband transition in quantum-dot intermediate-band solar cell
  36. Quasi-Fermi level splitting in InAs quantum-dot solar cells from photoluminescence measurements
  37. Impact of Electron–Phonon Scattering on Optical Properties of CH3NH3PbI3 Hybrid Perovskite Material
  38. Current transport efficiency analysis of multijunction solar cells by luminescence imaging
  39. Guide for the perplexed to the Shockley–Queisser model for solar cells
  40. A hot-carrier assisted InAs/AlGaAs quantum-dot intermediate-band solar cell
  41. Cu depletion on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 surfaces investigated by chemical engineering: An x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy approach
  42. Multi-dimensional luminescence imaging: accessing transport properties
  43. High-Frequency Modulated Photoluminescence: a simulation study of cases describing the signature of carrier recombination and trap centers
  44. Quantitative optical assessment of electronic and photonic properties
  45. Epitaxial Lift-Off of Ultrathin Heterostructures for Hot-Carrier Solar Cell Applications
  46. Nanoscale Wet Chemical Engineering of III-V Quantum Dots for Emerging Solar Applications
  47. Experimental investigation of performances enhancement in hot carrier solar cells: improvements and perspectives (Conference Presentation)
  48. Light absorption enhancement in ultra-thin layers for hot-carrier solar cells: first developments towards the experimental demonstration of an enhanced hot-carrier effect with light trapping
  49. Generalized Reciprocity Relations in Solar Cells with Voltage-Dependent Carrier Collection: Application to p - i - n Junction Devices
  50. Detailed balance calculations for hot-carrier solar cells: coupling high absorptivity with low thermalization through light trapping
  51. Contributors
  52. Defects characterization in thin films photovoltaics materials by correlated high-frequency modulated and time resolved photoluminescence: An application to Cu(In,Ga)Se2
  53. Hot-Carrier Solar Cells: Modeling Carrier Transport
  54. An Electronic Ratchet Is Required in Nanostructured Intermediate-Band Solar Cells
  55. Spatial Inhomogeneity Analysis of Cesium-Rich Wrinkles in Triple-Cation Perovskite
  56. Ultrathin mono-resonant nano photovoltaic device for broadband solar conversion
  57. Enhancement of photocurrent in epitaxial lift-off thin-film GaInNAsSb solar cells due to light-confinement structure
  58. Analytical optimization of intermediate band systems: Achieving the best of two worlds
  59. Advanced Light Trapping for Hot-Carrier Solar Cells
  60. Hot Carrier Extraction Using Energy Selective Contacts and Feedback On The Remaining Distribution
  61. Reduction of V<inf>oc</inf> induced by the electron-phonon scattering in GaAs and CH <inf>3</inf> NH <inf>3</inf> PbI <inf>3</inf>
  62. Surface reactivity of CIGS absorber on soda-lime and flexible substrates studied by XPS: a global approach of deoxidation, ageing and alkali elements distribution
  63. Transport efficiency imaging in multi-junction solar cells by luminescence analysis
  64. Reply to “Comment on ‘Optical Imaging of Light-Induced Thermopower in Semiconductors’ ”
  65. Material challenges for solar cells in the twenty-first century: directions in emerging technologies
  66. Quantitative experimental assessment of hot carrier-enhanced solar cells at room temperature
  67. Non-ideal nanostructured intermediate band solar cells with an electronic ratchet
  68. Quantitative analysis of InAs quantum dot solar cells by photoluminescence spectroscopy
  69. Multiscale in modelling and validation for solar photovoltaics
  70. Beneficial impact of a thin tunnel barrier in quantum well intermediate-band solar cell
  71. Loss analysis in luminescent sheet concentrators: from ideal to real system
  72. Eu III ‐Based Nanolayers as Highly Efficient Downshifters for CIGS Solar Cells
  73. Determination of n-Type Doping Level in Single GaAs Nanowires by Cathodoluminescence
  74. Influence of Hot-Carrier Extraction from a Photovoltaic Absorber: An Evaporative Approach
  75. Light Trapping in Ultrathin CIGS Solar Cells with Nanostructured Back Mirrors
  76. 200nm-thick GaAs solar cells with a nanostructured silver mirror
  77. Absorption coefficient and non-equilibrium generalized Planck's law for improved hot carrier photoluminescence spectroscopy
  78. Cathodoluminescence mapping for the determination of n-type doping in single GaAs nanowires
  79. Quantitative optoelectronic measurements of carrier thermodynamics properties in quantum well hot carrier solar cell
  80. Progress towards double-junction InGaN solar cell
  81. Application of Mapping Spectroscopic Ellipsometry for CdSe/CdTe Solar Cells: Optimization of Low-Temperature Processed Devices with All-Sputtered Semiconductors
  82. Demand response for the promotion of photovoltaic penetration
  83. Predicting Power Loss Due to Module Mismatch in Utility-Scale Photovoltaic Systems
  84. Photovoltaic Array Differential Backside Exposure Conditions: Backsheet Degradation and Site Design
  85. Optical contactless measurement of semiconductor thermoelectric transport properties (Conference Presentation)
  86. Electroluminescence-based quality characterization of quantum wells for solar cell applications
  87. Electrical characteristics and hot carrier effects in quantum well solar cells
  88. Characterisation of multi-junction solar cells by mapping of the carrier transport efficiency using luminescence emission
  89. Minibands modeling in strain-balanced InGaAs/GaAs/GaAsP cells
  90. Photovoltaics: Nanomaterials for Photovoltaic Conversion
  91. Nanotechnology for Energy Sustainability
  92. Tuning the chemical properties of europium complexes as downshifting agents for copper indium gallium selenide solar cells
  93. Accurate radiation temperature and chemical potential from quantitative photoluminescence analysis of hot carrier populations
  94. Insights on energy selective contacts for thermal energy harvesting using double resonant tunneling contacts and numerical modeling
  95. New insights into the Mo/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 interface in thin film solar cells: Formation and properties of the MoSe2 interfacial layer
  96. Two carrier temperatures non-equilibrium generalized Planck law for semiconductors
  97. Study of a micro-concentrated photovoltaic system based on Cu(In,Ga)Se_2 microcells array
  98. Enhancement of Copper Indium Gallium Selenide Solar Cells Using Europium Complex as Photon Downshifter
  99. On the origin of the spatial inhomogeneity of photoluminescence in thin-film CIGS solar devices
  100. Influence of different electron and holes effective masses, temperatures and electrochemical potentials on the hot carrier solar cell efficiency
  101. Absorption coefficient and non-equilibrium generalized Planck's law for improved hot carrier photoluminescence spectroscopy
  102. Multi-resonant light trapping in ultrathin CIGS solar cells
  103. Micrometric mapping of absolute trapping defects density using quantitative luminescence imaging
  104. 200nm-Thick GaAs solar cells with a nanostructured silver mirror
  105. All optical IBSC characterization method
  106. Optical analysis of the photon recycling effect in InGaAs/GaAsP multiple quantum well solar cell with light trapping structure
  107. Correlations between electrical and optical properties in lattice-matched GaAsPN/GaP solar cells
  108. Local transport properties investigation by correlating hyperspectral and confocal luminescence images
  109. Design and fabrication of a micro CPV system based on Cu(In,Ga)Se2microcells array
  110. Quasi-Fermi level splitting evaluation based on electroluminescence analysis in multiple quantum-well solar cells for investigating cell performance under concentrated light
  111. Third generation hot carrier solar cells: paths towards innovative energy contacts structures
  112. Experimental Demonstration of Optically Determined Solar Cell Current Transport Efficiency Map
  113. Optical Imaging of Light-Induced Thermopower in Semiconductors
  114. Contactless characterization of metastable defects in Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 solar cells using time-resolved photoluminescence
  115. Quantification of spatial inhomogeneity in perovskite solar cells by hyperspectral luminescence imaging
  116. Optical absorption and thermal conductivity of GaAsPN absorbers grown on GaP in view of their use in multijunction solar cells
  117. Wurtzite silicon as a potential absorber in photovoltaics: Tailoring the optical absorption by applying strain
  118. Impact of oxygen concentration during the deposition of window layers on lowering the metastability effects in Cu(In,Ga)Se2/CBD Zn(S,O) based solar cell
  119. Quantitative optical measurement of chemical potentials in intermediate band solar cells
  120. Micro solar concentrators: Design and fabrication for microcells arrays
  121. Ultrathin GaAs solar cells with a nanostructured back mirror
  122. Multi-resonant light trapping: New paradigm, new limits
  123. Intermediate band solar cells: Recent progress and future directions
  124. How does energy filtering improve quantum-dot based photovoltaic devices
  125. Experimental evidence of hot carriers solar cell operation in multi-quantum wells heterostructures
  126. Adaptation of the surface-near Ga content in co-evaporated Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 for CdS versus Zn(S,O)-based buffer layers
  127. Cu(In,Ga)Se2 mesa diodes for the study of edge recombination
  128. GaAsPN-based PIN solar cells MBE-grown on GaP substrates: toward the III-V/Si tandem solar cell
  129. Depolarization effect in rare-earth doped Y2 O3 films in blue and UV spectral range
  130. Multijunction photovoltavics: integrating III–V semiconductor heterostructures on silicon
  131. Optoelectronic characterization of polycrystalline solar cells using time-resolved biased luminescence techniques
  132. Investigation of carrier collection in multi-quantum well solar cells by luminescence spectra analysis
  133. Ultrathin GaAs Solar Cells With a Silver Back Mirror
  134. Absorption enhancement through Fabry-Pérot resonant modes in a 430 nm thick InGaAs/GaAsP multiple quantum wells solar cell
  135. Structured InP-based nanoantenna for photovoltaics applications
  136. Micro solar concentrators: Design and fabrication for microcells arrays
  137. Quantitative luminescence mapping of Cu(In, Ga)Se2thin-film solar cells
  138. Dielectric function of zinc oxide thin films in a broad spectral range
  139. Metal Nanogrid for Broadband Multiresonant Light-Harvesting in Ultrathin GaAs Layers
  140. Revisiting the interpretation of biased luminescence: Effects on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 photovoltaic heterostructures
  141. Micrometric investigation of external quantum efficiency in microcrystalline CuInGa(S,Se)2 solar cells
  142. Hot Carrier Solar Cells
  143. Phonon lifetime in SiSn and its suitability for hot-carrier solar cells
  144. An innovative concentrator system based on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 microcells
  145. Direct imaging of quasi Fermi level splitting in photovoltaic absorbers
  146. Quantitative imaging of thin films solar cells properties using CuInGaSe2 microcells
  147. Multi-stage co-evaporation process for active Ga gradient control in CIGS solar cells
  148. Accurate measurement of temperature and electrochemical potential of InGaAsP/InP heterostructures: A first indication of hot carriers solar cell operation
  149. Four-fold MQWs absorption enhancement in a 430 nm thick InGaAs/GaAsP MQWs solar cell
  150. GaSe Formation at the Cu(In,Ga)Se2/Mo Interface–A Novel Approach for Flexible Solar Cells by Easy Mechanical Lift‐Off
  151. Differential in-depth characterization of co-evaporated Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films for solar cell applications
  152. Front Matter: Volume 8981
  153. Design of a lattice-matched III–V–N/Si photovoltaic tandem cell monolithically integrated on silicon substrate
  154. Optical phonon decay in cubic semiconductors: a hot carrier solar cell picture
  155. Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 mesa microdiodes: study of edge recombination and behaviour under concentrated sunlight
  156. InP-based nano solar cells
  157. Characterization of Cu(In,Ga)Se$_{2}$ Electrodeposited and Co-Evaporated Devices by Means of Concentrated Illumination
  158. Theoretical study of optical properties of anti phase domains in GaP
  159. Fundamental Physical Limits to Photovoltaic Conversion
  160. Chalcogenide Thin‐Film Solar Cells
  161. Ga gradients in Cu(In,Ga)Se2: Formation, characterization, and consequences
  162. Characterization of Photovoltaic Absorbers for High Throughput Processing
  163. Hyperspectral Imaging of Photovoltaic Conversion
  164. Hyperspectral Imaging of Photovoltaic Conversion – ERRATUM
  165. Density Functional Theory Simulations of Semiconductors for Photovoltaic Applications: Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskites and III/V Heterostructures
  166. Monolithic Integration of Diluted-Nitride III–V-N Compounds on Silicon Substrates: Toward the III–V/Si Concentrated Photovoltaics
  167. Modeling and Fabrication of Luminescent Solar Concentrators towards Photovoltaic Devices
  168. Thin film microcells for concentrated applications
  169. Erbium-doped yttria thin films prepared by metal organic decomposition for up-conversion
  170. Thin-film microcells: a new generation of photovoltaic devices
  171. Front Matter Volume 8620
  172. Broadband light-trapping in ultra-thin nano-structured solar cells
  173. Lambertian back reflector in Cu(InGa)Se 2 solar cell: optical modeling and characterization
  174. Evaluation of micrometer scale lateral fluctuations of transport properties in CIGS solar cells
  175. Physics of Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 microcells under ultrahigh illumination intensities
  176. Structural and optical properties of (In,Ga)As/GaP quantum dots and (GaAsPN/GaPN) diluted-nitride nanolayers coherently grown onto GaP and Si substrates for photonics and photovoltaics applications
  177. Using radiative transfer equation to model absorption by thin Cu(In,Ga)Se_2 solar cells with Lambertian back reflector
  178. Cu(In, Ga)Se2 microcells: High efficiency and low material consumption
  179. Solar Cells: Very High Efficiencies Approaches
  180. Impact of the deposition conditions of window layers on lowering the metastability effects in Cu(In,Ga)Se2/CBD ZnS-based solar cell
  181. Optical approaches to improve the photocurrent generation in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells with absorber thicknesses down to 0.5 μm
  182. Hot Carrier Solar Cells: Controlling Thermalization in Ultrathin Devices
  183. Characterization of solar cells using electroluminescence and photoluminescence hyperspectral images
  184. Insights on the influence of surface roughness on photovoltaic properties of state of the art copper indium gallium diselenide thin films solar cells
  185. Luminescence Imaging of Extended Defects in SiC via Hyperspectral Imaging
  186. Contactless mapping of saturation currents of solar cells by photoluminescence
  187. Characterization of solar cells using electroluminescence and photoluminescence hyperspectral images
  188. Hot Carrier cells: an example of Third Generation photovoltaics
  189. Cu(In,Ga)Se2 photovoltaic microcells for high efficiency with reduced material usage
  190. InGaAs/GaAsP quantum wells for hot carrier solar cells
  191. Toward high efficiency ultra-thin CIGSe based solar cells using light management techniques
  192. Plasmonic enhancement of up-conversion in ultrathin layers
  193. Trackfree planar solar concentrator system
  194. Photonic crystals for improving light absorption in organic solar cells
  195. Front Matter: Volume 8256
  196. Towards ultrathin copper indium gallium diselenide solar cells: proof of concept study by chemical etching and gold back contact engineering
  197. Thermalisation rate study of GaSb-based heterostructures by continuous wave photoluminescence and their potential as hot carrier solar cell absorbers
  198. Solar Cells: Very High Efficiencies Approaches
  199. Mo/Cu(In, Ga)Se2 back interface chemical and optical properties for ultrathin CIGSe solar cells
  200. Hot carrier solar cells: The device that did not exist (but should)
  201. Preface
  202. Measuring sheet resistance of CIGS solar cell's window layer by spatially resolved electroluminescence imaging
  203. Investigation of the metastability behavior of CIGS based solar cells with ZnMgO–Zn(S,O,OH) window-buffer layers
  204. Thinning of CIGS solar cells: Part I: Chemical processing in acidic bromine solutions
  205. Thinning of CIGS solar cells: Part II: Cell characterizations
  206. Chemical deposition methods for Cd-free buffer layers in CI(G)S solar cells: Role of window layers
  207. Microscale solar cells for high concentration on polycrystalline Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films
  208. Hot carrier solar cells: Controlling thermalization in ultra thin devices
  209. Physics of Cu(In, Ga)Se2 solar cells in high injection regime
  210. Hot carrier dynamics in InGaAs/GaAsP quantum well solar cells
  211. Ultrathin Cu(In, Ga)Se2 solar cells
  212. Hot-carrier solar cells
  213. Resistive and thermal scale effects for Cu(In, Ga)Se2 polycrystalline thin film microcells under concentration
  214. Upconversion of 1.54μm radiation in Er3+doped fluoride-based materials for c-Si solar cell with improved efficiency
  215. Hot carrier solar cells: Achievable efficiency accounting for heat losses in the absorber and through contacts
  216. Modelling of hot carrier solar cell absorbers
  217. Hot carrier solar cells: Principles, materials and design
  218. Toward microscale Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells for efficient conversion and optimized material usage: Theoretical evaluation
  219. Hot carrier solar cell efficiency simulation with carrier extraction through non ideal selective contacts
  220. Hot carrier solar cells: Challenges and recent progress
  221. Impedance measurements of nanoporosity in electrodeposited ZnO films for DSSC
  222. The quest for very high efficiency in Photovoltaic energy conversion
  223. Strong Interplay between Structure and Electronic Properties inCuIn(S,Se)2: A First-Principles Study
  224. Ferromagnetic Compounds for High Efficiency Photovoltaic Conversion: The Case of AlP:Cr
  225. Progress on hot carrier cells
  226. Two step wet surface treatment influence on the electronic properties of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells
  227. Sub-Gap Modulated Photo Current Spectroscopy performed on Cu(Inx,Ga1−x)(Sey,S1−y)2 based solar cells
  228. Du low cost à la high-tech : des marges de progrès techniques possibles pour le photovoltaïque
  229. From Metals to Semiconductors: Challenges in Electrodeposition for Photovoltaic Applications
  230. Solution Processing Route to High Efficiency CuIn(S,Se)2 Solar Cells
  231. New insights in the electrodeposition mechanism of CuInSe2 thin films for solar cell applications
  232. Admittance spectroscopy defect density of electrodeposited CuIn(S,Se)2 and its correlation with solar cells performances
  233. Slowing of carrier cooling in hot carrier solar cells
  234. Analysis of electronic transport properties of thin film CuIn(S,Se)2 solar cells based on electrodeposition
  235. Towards improved photovoltaic conversion using dilute magnetic semiconductors (abstract only)
  236. Density functional calculations on structural materials for nuclear energy applications and functional materials for photovoltaic energy applications (abstract only)
  237. First Stages of CuInSe[sub 2] Electrodeposition from Cu(II)-In(III)-Se(IV) Acidic Solutions on Polycrystalline Mo Films
  238. Demain, le Photovoltaïque : Les révolutions anticipées sur les filières et les concepts
  239. Cellules solaires en couches minces à base de CuInSe2
  240. One-step electrodeposited CuInSe2 thin films studied by Raman spectroscopy
  241. Interfacial chemistry control in thin film solar cells based on electrodeposited CuIn(S,Se)2
  242. Comparison of optical and electrical gap of electrodeposited CuIn(S,Se)2 determined by spectral photo response and I–V–T measurements
  243. Challenging the Electrodeposition of Multinary Semiconductor Compounds: Case of CuInSe
  244. Electrochemical Cementation Phenomena on Polycrystalline Molybdenum Thin Films from Cu(II)–In(III)–Se(IV) Acidic Solutions
  245. Electroless Nucleation and Growth of Cu–Se Phases on Molybdenum in Cu(II)–In(III)–Se(IV) Solutions
  246. Nucleation of Binary Cu-Se Phases and Electrochemical Cementation Mechanism on Polycrystalline Molybdenum Thin Films in Cu(II)-In(III)-Se(IV) Acidic Solutions
  247. Increasing solar cell efficiencies based on Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 after a specific chemical and oxidant treatment
  248. Admittance spectroscopy of cadmium free CIGS solar cells heterointerfaces
  249. Selective ablation of thin films with short and ultrashort laser pulses
  250. Comparative investigation of solar cell thin film processing using nanosecond and femtosecond lasers
  251. Ab initio investigation of potential indium and gallium free chalcopyrite compounds for photovoltaic application
  252. Cadmium sulfide/indium phosphide as a model system for understanding indium related chemical reactivity at CIGS/CdS interface: XPS and ex situ luminescence investigations
  253. Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 solar cells and modules by electrodeposition
  254. Fe-dopedCuInSe2: Anab initiostudy of magnetic defects in a photovoltaic material
  255. Formation and characterization of the CuIn(S,Se)2/buffer layer interface in electrodeposited solar cells
  256. Chalcopyrite thin film solar cells by electrodeposition
  257. Electrochemical Deposition of ZnSe from Dimethyl Sulfoxide Solution and Characterization of Epitaxial Growth
  258. Electrochemical comparative study of titania (anatase, brookite and rutile) nanoparticles synthesized in aqueous medium
  259. A Novel Approach for the Electrodeposition of Epitaxial Films of ZnSe on (111) and (100) InP Using Dimethylsulfoxide as a Solvent
  260. Redox and solution chemistry of the SeSO32−–Zn–EDTA2− system and electrodeposition behavior of ZnSe from alkaline solutions
  261. ESR and NMR studies of CuInSe2 crystals having controlled component activities
  262. Ab initio calculation of intrinsic point defects in CuInSe2
  263. Chemical elaboration of well defined Cu(In,Ga)Se2 surfaces after aqueous oxidation etching
  264. Electron spin resonance studies of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films
  265. Studies of buried interfaces Cu(In,Ga)Se2/CdS XPS and electrical investigations
  266. A theoretical investigation of the dye-redox mediator interaction in dye-sensitized photovoltaic cells
  267. Efficient Cu(In, Ga)Se2 Based Solar Cells Prepared by Electrodeposition
  268. Towards Better Understanding of High Efficiency Cd-free CIGS Solar Cells Using Atomic Layer Deposited Indium Sulfide Buffer Layers
  269. Formation Energies of Point Defects in Copper Indium Diselenide Using ab initio Methods
  270. High resolution XPS studies of Se chemistry of a Cu(In, Ga)Se2 surface
  271. A Theoretical Investigation of the Ground and Excited States of Selected Ru and Os Polypyridyl Molecular Dyes
  272. Electrodeposition of Epitaxial ZnSe Films on InP and GaAs from an Aqueous Zinc Sulfate–Selenosulfate Solution
  273. Thermoelectric field effects in low-dimensional structure solar cells
  274. The puzzle of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 (CIGS) solar cells stability
  275. Comparison of optical and electrochemical properties of anatase and brookite TiO2 synthesized by the sol–gel method
  276. XPS and electrical studies of buried interfaces in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells
  277. Indium-Based Interface Chemical Engineering by Electrochemistry and Atomic Layer Deposition for Copper Indium Diselenide Solar Cells
  278. 63Cu-NMR studies of crystalline and thin-film CuInSe2
  279. Dye‐sensitized Solar Cells: Principles of Operation
  280. Interface Defects in GIGS-based Solar Cells from Coupled Electrical and Chemical Points of View
  281. Photoelectrochemical Study of State of Art Copper Indium Gallium Diselenide Thin Films
  282. ChemInform Abstract: Stability Issues of Cu(In,Ga)Se2‐Based Solar Cells
  283. Stability Issues of Cu(In,Ga)Se2-Based Solar Cells
  284. Nature of Photovoltaic Action in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
  285. Interface redox engineering of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 – based solar cells: oxygen, sodium, and chemical bath effects
  286. Stability of Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 solar cells: a thermodynamic approach
  287. Fast electrodeposition route for cadmium telluride solar cells
  288. NMR studies of CuInS2 and CuInSe2 crystals grown by the Bridgman method
  289. Wet treatment based interface engineering for high efficiency Cu(In,Ga)Se 2 solar cells
  290. Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells: Device Stability Based on Chemical Flexibility
  291. Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells: Device Stability Based on Chemical Flexibility
  292. Oxygenation and air-annealing effects on the electronic properties of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 films and devices
  293. Copper diffusion in copper sulfide: a systematic study
  294. Ion potential diagrams as guidelines for stability and performance of electrochromic devices
  295. Simultaneous Control of Surface Potential and Wetting of Solids with Chemisorbed Multifunctional Ligands
  296. Defects in Cu(In, Ga) Se2 semiconductors and their role in the device performance of thin-film solar cells
  297. Phase and Interface Stability Issues in Chalcopyrite-Based Thin Film Solar Cells
  298. Cu titration in CuInSe2: exploration of the ternary phase diagram along new tie-lines
  299. Surface Modification of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Thin Films During Aqueous Oxidation Etch
  300. One step electrodeposition of CuInSe2: Improved structural, electronic, and photovoltaic properties by annealing under high selenium pressure
  301. Evidence for thermodynamically stable p/n junction, formed by Ag doping of (Hg,Cd)Te
  302. Qualitative modelling of mixed ionic/electronic devices with ion potential level diagrams
  303. Evidence for thermodynamically stable p/n junction, formed by Ag doping of (Hg,Cd) Te
  304. Thermodynamic Stability of p/n Junctions
  305. ChemInform Abstract: Recrystallization of Electrodeposited Copper Indium Diselenide Thin Films in an Atmosphere of Elemental Selenium.
  306. Recrystallization of electrodeposited copper indium diselenide thin films in an atmosphere of elemental selenium
  307. Solar cells with improved efficiency based on electrodeposited copper indium diselenide thin films
  308. Physical Properties of Electrodeposited Copper Indium Diselenide Thin Films and Junction Realization
  309. Solvent Effect on ZnO Thin Films Prepared by Spray Pyrolysis
  310. Future concepts for photovoltaic energy conversion
  311. Phononic Engineering for Hot Carrier Solar Cells
  312. Phononic Engineering for Hot Carrier Solar Cells
  313. Copper indium diselenide solar cells prepared by electrodeposition
  314. Modification of dead layer on surfaces of CuInSe/sub 2/ and its alloys
  315. Tailoring the electronic properties of one step electrodeposited CuInSe/sub 2/ films by annealing in Se vapor under controlled activity conditions. Elaboration of efficient CIS/ZnO solar cells
  316. Enjeux techniques, économiques et durables des panneaux photovoltaïques
  317. 21. Photovoltaïque à très haut rendement de conversion