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Silicon Thin-Films from Nanoparticle dispersion: Tailoring Morphological, Electrical and Optical Characteristics

Abstract : Amorphous and microcrystalline silicon are currently used for electronic devices such as solar cells and thin-film transistors. This paper shows that silicon nanoparticle dispersion has the potential to be used as source material for polycrystalline silicon thin-film thus opening a route to solution processed silicon devices. After deposition, a classical thermal or microwave annealing step is used to induce the coalescence of the silicon nanoparticles. Both sintering techniques are studied in terms of morphology, electrical and optical properties.
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Etienne Drahi, Sylvain Blayac, Patrick Benaben. Silicon Thin-Films from Nanoparticle dispersion: Tailoring Morphological, Electrical and Optical Characteristics. Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2011, Apr 2011, San Francisco, France. pp.mrss11-1321-a12-03, ⟨10.1557/opl.2011.1096⟩. ⟨emse-00640906⟩

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