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Published by Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation in Hemlock, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silicon alloys.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by F. Plahutnik, principal investigator and A. Arvidson, D. Sawyer, and K. Sharp.
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 173957., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-173957.
    ContributionsHemlock Semiconductor Corporation., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17832272M

    Process Development for Advanced Generation Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells, James Gee, Applied Materials Depth Profiling of Organic Photovoltaic and OLED Materials by Cluster Ion Beams, J.S. Hammond 1, S. N. Raman 1, S. Alnabulsi 1, N. C. Erickson 2 and R. J. Holmes 2 ; 1 Physical Electronics, 2 University of Minnesota. APC, advanced process control APCD, add-on pollution control devices APCFI, Advanced Process Control Framework Initiative APCVD, atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition APD, adhesion promoter dispense APEC, advanced process equipment control APG, algorithmic pattern generator. The PROMPT project and its application to the three-dimensional simulation of low-pressure chemical vapor deposition processes Bär, E.; Lorenz, J. Journal Article. A ‘hybrid’ TCS (Trichlorosilane)-Siemens process is provided to save electricity and initial investment cost from TCS synthesizing process and silicon tetrachloride to TCS converting process in a TCS-Siemens polysilicon plant, whose size is o MT/YR of polysilicon. The ‘hybrid’ TCS-Siemens process of the current application is equipped with one direct chlorination FBR Cited by: 2.


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