Arizona State University

  • Developing gaseous precursors and methods for depositing silicon germanium tin (SiGeSn) layers; research focused on materials, not solar cell devices
  • Technology has the potential to provide a method to eliminate expensive germanium substrates in multi-junction solar cells, lowering costs of these cel...
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