News No.5

Solar-Tectic LLC reports that “Ultra-thin crystalline silicon [111] films on MgO buffered soda-lime glass by E-beam evaporation” by A. Chaudhari , RD Vispute, and H. Efstathiadis,  has been submitted to the peer reviewed journal Materials Letters for rapid communication reporting a breakthrough technology that not only is a significant step towards inexpensive thin-film silicon solar cell production but also has huge potential in the LED industry as high quality (even single crystal) GaN can potentially be grown on the highly oriented [111] silicon thin film on soda-lime glass, allowing for more cost effective and higher quality LED production.


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