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Theelen, M., Tomassini, M., Barreau, N., Steijvers, H., Branca, A., Harel, S., Vroon, Z. & Zeman, M. (2013) The impact of selenisation on damp heat degradation of the CIGS back contact molybdenum. 2012 Ieee 38th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (pvsc), Vol 2 New York. 
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Type de référence: Chapitre/Section
Clé BibTeX: Theelen2013
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Catégories: CESES
Mots-clés: cigs, damp heat, Degradation, Interface, Molybdenum, Molybdenum oxide, Selenisation, solar-cells, thin-films
Créateurs: Barreau, Branca, Harel, Steijvers, Theelen, Tomassini, Vroon, Zeman
Éditeur: Ieee (New York)
Collection: 2012 {Ieee} 38th {Photovoltaic} {Specialists} {Conference} (pvsc), {Vol} 2
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Résumé     
Molybdenum (Mo) degrades under the influence of damp heat, thereby reducing the output of CIGS PV. In this study, Mo layers were deposited on a glass substrate by magnetron sputtering, thereby varying the deposition pressure and the addition of selenium. These samples were thoroughly analysed and degraded at 60 degrees C/60\% relative humidity (RH) and 85 degrees C/85\% RH. The degraded non-selenised Mo samples showed a volume increase and the formation of a bilayer structure. Measurements indicated that the top layers consist of MoOx with x approximate to 2.88 when degraded at 60 degrees C/60\% RH. The selenised layers formed multilayer structures and needles and spheres of both MoOx and selenium containing materials. We conclude that degradation of Mo can cause a volume increase and the complete loss of conductivity. Furthermore, it was observed that selenium greatly influence of the degradation of Mo.
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