Photonic Curing is the high-temperature thermal processing of a thin film using pulsed light from a flashlamp. When this transient processing is done on a low-temperature substrate such as plastic, paper or glass it is possible to attain a significantly higher temperature than the substrate can ordinarily withstand under an equilibrium heating source such as an oven.
An extremely fast annealing technique for mixed-halide perovskite solar cells is presented. Using photonic flash sintering, we have demonstrated that a spin-coated perovskite precursor may be fully annealed in as little as 1 ms.
San Jose, Calif.—NextFlex®, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute, today announced it has successfully proven the robustness of the FHE manufacturing process, producing multiple functional samples of a flexible Arduin
3rd generation photovoltaics such as Perovskite Solar Cells show great potential in simultaneously increasing power efficiencies as well as bringing down manufacturing costs as compared to conventional wafer based photovoltaics.
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