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Photovoltaic Materials and Electronic Devices

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Photovoltaic Materials and Electronic Devices
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN/ASIN: 3038422169
ISBN-13: 9783038422167
Number of pages: 214

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Advances in the next generation of photovoltaic materials and photovoltaic devices can further reduce costs to enable all of humanity to utilize sustainable and renewable solar power. This volume will cover such materials, including modeling, synthesis, and evaluation of new materials and their solar cells.

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