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Crystal structure of CIGS and its lattice parameters

I would greatly appreciate if anyone can suggest the Crystal structure of CIGS and its lattice parameters.Why is Molybdenum preferred conta…

Started by gemdex

2 Sep 29, 2010
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CIGS thin film solar cell is hot topic these days

Hello Friends, Let me give some introduction about CIGS before starting discussion. CIGS stands for Cu(In,Ga)Se2 which acts as absorber lay…

Started by Sanjay

9 Sep 16, 2010
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Nano ink CIGS solar cells

This is one of the promising material for solar cell application.It is worth to find out cost effective deposition technique.

Started by Sudam Chavhan

4 Jul 10, 2009
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