Introducing CTS (Copper-Tin-Sulphide) as a Solar Cell by Using Solar Cell Capacitance Simulator (SCAPS) [electronic resource] / by Iraj Sadegh Amiri, Mahdi Ariannejad
- SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2191-8112
- Chapter1: Development of Solar Cell Photovoltaic: Introduction and principle working -- Chapter2: Solar Energy based Semiconductors: Working functions and mechanisms -- Chapter3: CTS (CU2SNS3) solar cell structures and implemented methodology -- Chapter4: CTS solar cell performance analysis and efficiency characterizations -- Chapter5: A Summary of semiconductor solar cells and future works.
- This book discusses the enhancement of efficiency in currently used solar cells. The authors have characterized different structures of the solar cell system to optimize system parameters, particularly the performance of the Copper-Tin-Sulphide solar cell using Solar Cell Capacitance Simulator (SCAPS). This research can help scientist to overcome the current limitations and build up new designs of the system with higher efficiency and greater functionality. The authors have investigated the corresponding samples from various viewpoints, including structural (crystallinity, composition and surface morphology), optical (UV-vis-near-IR transmittance/reﬂectance spectra) and electrical resistivity properties. .
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