Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon

Stiebig H, Moulin E, Rech B (2007)
Thin Solid Films 515(19): 7522-7525.

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p-i-n diodes based on amorphous and microcrystalline silicon are used for different applications like sensors or solar cells. However, their long-term stability and dynamic behavior are still under discussion. Therefore, the optical properties of both types of diodes were investigated by a comparative study. The long-term stability of non-encapsulated devices was tested by means of light soaking, damp heat testing and high-temperature treatment of up to 2000 It. The dynamic properties of the thin-film silicon photodetectors were studied by measuring and analysing the admittance under different bias conditions. (c) 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Thin Solid Films
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515
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7522-7525
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Stiebig H, Moulin E, Rech B. Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon. Thin Solid Films. 2007;515(19):7522-7525.
Stiebig, H., Moulin, E., & Rech, B. (2007). Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon. Thin Solid Films, 515(19), 7522-7525. doi:10.1016/j.tsf.2006.11.126
Stiebig, H., Moulin, E., and Rech, B. (2007). Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon. Thin Solid Films 515, 7522-7525.
Stiebig, H., Moulin, E., & Rech, B., 2007. Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon. Thin Solid Films, 515(19), p 7522-7525.
H. Stiebig, E. Moulin, and B. Rech, “Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon”, Thin Solid Films, vol. 515, 2007, pp. 7522-7525.
Stiebig, H., Moulin, E., Rech, B.: Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon. Thin Solid Films. 515, 7522-7525 (2007).
Stiebig, Helmut, Moulin, E., and Rech, B. “Photodetectors based on amorphous and micro crystalline silicon”. Thin Solid Films 515.19 (2007): 7522-7525.