Elaboration de couches minces d'oxydes transparents et conducteurs par spray cvd assiste par radiation infrarouge pour applications photovoltaÏques

Doctoral thesis French OPEN
Garnier , Jérôme;
(2009)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: Tin oxide | Organic Solar Cells | Oxyde d'étain | [ PHYS ] Physics [physics] | Cellules solaires organiques | Transparent conductive oxides | Zinc oxide | Infrared heating | Chauffage infrarouge | Spray CVD | Oxydes transparents et conducteurs | Oxyde de zinc | [ SPI ] Engineering Sciences [physics]

Materials like metallic oxides are both properties of electrical conductivity and good transparency in the visible range. They are called "Transparent Conductive Oxides", TCO. Nowadays, the most used of this material is the indium oxide doped with tin (ITO). Indium is s... View more
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