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In this paper we present the correlation of CdTe solar cell performance with capacitance-voltage hysteresis, defined presently as the difference in capacitance measured at zero-volt bias when collecting such data with different pre-measurement bias conditions. These correlations were obtained on CdTe cells stressed under conditions of 1-sun illumination, open-circuit bias, and an acceleration temperature of approximately 100 ºC.
Cadmium telluride (CdTe); Capacitance voltage hysteresis; Deep level transient spectroscopy (DLTS); Photovoltaic cells; Solar cells; Solar energy; Transient capacitance; Transient ion drift (TID)
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Albin, D. S.,
del Cueto, J. A.
Correlations of capacitance-voltage hysteresis with thin-film CdTe solar cell performance during accelerated lifetime testing.
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