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Challenges and Opportunities with Highly Brilliant X-ray Sources for multi-Modal in-Situ and Operando Characterization of Solar Cells

  • M. E. Stuckelberger (a1) (a2), T. Nietzold (a2), B. M. West (a2), T. Walker (a2), C. Ossig (a1) (a3), M. Kahnt (a1) (a3), F. Wittwer (a1) (a3), J. Deng (a4), J. M. Maser (a4), B. Lai (a4), Z. Cai (a4), V. Rose (a4), A. Ulvestad (a4), M. V. Holt (a4), S. Hruszkewycz (a4), J. J. Dynes (a5), J. Wang (a5), D. Salomon (a6), R. Tucoulou (a6), X. Huang (a7), H. Yan (a7), E. Nazaretski (a7), Y. S. Chu (a7), C. G. Schroer (a1) (a3) and M. I. Bertoni (a2)...
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[1] Yu, Z, Leilaeioun, M Holman, Z Nature Energy 1 2016 16137.
[2] Stuckelberger, M, et al, J. Mater. Res. 32 2017) p. 1825.
[3] West, BM, et al, Nano Energy 32 2017) p. 488.
[4] Stuckelberger, M, et al, IEEE J. Photovolt. 7 2017) p. 590.
[5] West, BM, et al, J. Synchrotron Rad 24 2017) p. 288.
[6] Stuckelberger, M, et al, IEEE J. Photovolt. 8 2018) p. 278.
[7] Luo, Y, et al, Adv. Func. Mat 2018 1706995.
[8] We greatly acknowledge MiaSole Hi-Tech Corp. (Santa Clara (CA), USA), and PV-Lab at EPFL (Neuchatel, Switzerland) for providing solar cells, and funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation under NSF CA No. EEC-1041895 and from the U.S. Department of Energy under contracts DEEE0005948, DEAC02-06CH11357 & DE-SC0012704.
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