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CNRS International Colloquium on Polycristalline Semiconductors, Perpignan : France (1982)
SEM CHARACTERIZATION OF EFG POLYCRYSTALLINE SILICON SOLAR CELLS REALIZED BY ION IMPLANTATION AND LASER ANNEALING WITH OVERLAPPING PULSES
J. Muller1, P. Siffert1, C. Ho, J. Hanoka, F. Wald
(1982)

Atomic and molecular ion implantation (AMI) of non mass separated PF5 ions has been used to form the N+ layer on EFG ribbon. A pulsed Nd-YAG laser operating at a high repetition rate (10 kHz) was then employed to anneal the amorphized layer via liquid phase epitaxy. The properties of the recrystallized layers have been analyzed by SEM with secondary electron micrography and EBIC. The following results have been observed. At low electron beam energies (below 12 keV), strong EBIC recombination currents resulting from the overlapping laser pulses is clearly visible. At higher energies (above 20 keV), the recombination due to the grain boundaries in the ribbon becomes dominant. The regrowth after annealing replicates exactly the underlying structure. Finally, some electrical characteristics of the doped layers (doping profile) as well as the photovoltaïc performance are presented. Efficiencies up to 11 % have been obtained under AMI conditions.
1 :  IReS - Institut de Recherches Subatomiques
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