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Vincent Barrioz - Materials Challenges - 9781849731874 - V9781849731874
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Materials Challenges

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This authoritative reference covers the various aspects of materials science that will impact on the next generation of photovoltaic (PV) module technology. The emphasis on materials brings a fresh perspective to the literature and highlights crucial issues. Special attention is given to thin film PV materials, an area that is growing more rapidly than crystalline silicon and could dominate in the long term. The book addresses the fundamental aspects of PV solar cell materials and gives a comprehensive description of each major thin film material, either in research or production. Particular weight is given to the key materials drivers of ... Read more

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Royal Society of Chemistry United Kingdom
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
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About Vincent Barrioz
Stuart Irvine has over thirty years experience in thin film semiconductor deposition and characterisation for opto-electronic devices. Executive Director for the UK research consortium (PV Supergen) and Director of the Centre for Solar Energy Research at OpTIC Technium. Prof Bagnall is based in the new ú120M Southampton Nanofabrication Centre in Electronics and Computer Science. He has spent over 20 years ... Read more

Reviews for Materials Challenges
"Materials Challenges" offers a new view which complements more technological ones … Numerous figures, exhaustive references, authoritative accounts of each topic and a well prepared index make this book a reading pleasure
Prof. Lorenzo Pavesi "Materials Challenges: Inorganic Photovoltaic Solar Energy is a valuable, well-structured and well-written text on several aspects of photovoltaic solar energy conversion at both material ... Read more

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