Prepare dispersed CIS nano-scale particles and spray coating CIS absorber layers using nano-scale precursors.

In this study, the Mo-electrode thin films were deposited by a two-stepped process, and the high-purity copper indium selenide-based powder (CuInSe2, ...
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