Silicon ribbon growth by a capillary action shaping technique
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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Center in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Silicon

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ContributionsSchwuttke, G. H, Ciszek, T. F, Kran, A, United States. Dept. of Energy
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The crystal growth method under investigation is a capillary action shaping technique. Meniscus shaping for the desired ribbon geometry occurs at the vertex of a wettable die. Get this from a library! Silicon ribbon growth by a capillary action shaping technique . [G H Schwutte; T F Ciszek; A Kran; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center.; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Division of Solar Energy.]. The crystal-growth method under investigation is a capillary action shaping technique. Meniscus shaping for the desired ribbon geometry occurs at the vertex of a wettable dye. As ribbon growth depletes the melt meniscus, capillary action supplies replacement material. The configuration of the technique used in our initial studies is shown. The crystal-growth method under investigation is a capillary action shaping technique. Meniscus shaping for the desired ribbon geometry occurs at the vertex of a wettable die. As ribbon growth depletes the melt meniscus, supplies replacement material. In this report, a new capillary die design is by: 4.

The crystal growth method described is a capillary action shaping technique. Meniscus shaping for the desired ribbon geometry occurs at the vertex of a wettable die. As ribbon growth depletes the melt meniscus, capillary action supplies replacement material. A capillary die is so designed that the bounding edges of the die top are not parallel or concentric with the growing : A. Kran, T. F. Ciszek and G. H. Schwuttke. A new technique is described for growth of large-area silicon ribbons. This technique is an edge-defined, film-fed growth process by which single crystals can be grown having a shape controlled by the outside dimensions of a shaping die, growth taking place from an extremely thin film of liquid fed by capillary action from a crucible Size: KB. The Capillary Action Shaping Technique and Its Applications. Authors; Hurd, J. L.: “Melt Growth of Silicon Sheets by Edge-Supported Pulling”. Proceedings of the Symposia on Electronic and Optical Properties of Polycrystalline or Impure Semiconductors and Novel Silicon Growth Methods. The Capillary Action Shaping Technique and Its Cited by: 8. Gunter SCHWUTTKE | Read publications | Contact Gunter SCHWUTTKE WIDE SILICON RIBBON GROWTH BY CAPILLARY ACTION SHAPING TECHNIQUE. Silicon ribbon growth by a capillary action shaping.

The growth of shaped silicon crystals has been attractive for a number of years and several methods to obtain various shapes, in particular flat ribbons, have been developed. Recently, however, the problem has been much more sharply focused due to the desire for the preparation of very low cost solar cells for terrestrial power generation, and a number of articles in the present volume address this Cited by: T.F. Ciszek, G.H. Schwuttke, and K.H. Yang, "Factors Influencing Surface Quality and Impurity Distribution in Silicon Ribbons Grown by the Capillary Action Shaping Technique (CAST)," J. Crystal Growth 50 () Silicon ribbons grown as wide as 50 mm by the Capillary Action Shaping Technique (CAST) are classified according to perfection and electrical performa Cited by: The Capillary Action Shaping Technique and Its Applications. Pages Ciszek, Ted F. Preview Buy Chap19 € Crystal Growth of Silicon Ribbons. Pages Wald, Fritz V. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include.