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9/4/2012 04:46 PM EDT
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I_B_GREEN
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I_B_GREEN   9/14/2012 11:37:32 PM
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So you build the logic below put a passivation/oxide layer and deposit mor silicoln on top for PV?

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I_B_GREEN   9/14/2012 11:36:29 PM
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They are targeting Eprom window sizes for low power sensors I believe.

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krisi   9/6/2012 2:06:09 PM
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"0.35-micron down to the leading-edge at 28-nm" you will have to be insane to produce solar cells in a 28-nm process, even using 0.35um will be very expensive for large areas required (CdTe or a-Si films are way cheaper)...Kris

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