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The cell fabricated at the IEC is also included in Fig. 6.31 and Table 6.5. This cell was fabricated from a 0.7- m-thick lm deposited using a 0.04 M solution and S-annealed at 450 C for 6 h and 40 min. The completed cell was then annealed under air at 150 C for about 24 h. This cell s window layer, a 70-nm-thick i-ZnO (intrinsic ZnO) layer, had a transmittance of over 90% at a photon energy of 1.5 eV. The sheet resistance of the double top contact layer (2- m Al/50-nm Ni) was about 1.8 m /sq. Both cells had nearly the same ef ciency ( 1%), but the IEC cell had a higher shunt resistance, which improved the ll factor (see Table 6.5). The use of the intrinsic ZnO and the Ni/Al top contact improved the quality of the IEC cells by lowering the series resistance and improving the ll factor, as previously reported in the literature.18 It should be also noted that most solar cells prepared with the AACVD method in the literature had a superstrate structure.6 There has been no report of a working device with a typical chalcopyrite solar cell structure (top contact/ window layer/CdS/CuInS2/Mo/substrate) except for the authors previous results.48
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Several types of online documentation are available to help SolidWorks learners along their path. A great place to start is the SolidWorks Resources tab of the Task pane, on the right side of the screen. This is the first tab in the list, and displays the Home icon. The Getting Started section of the SolidWorks Resources tab is shown in Figure 3.8.
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