Properties of heterojunctions in the systemn-CdTe-p-ZnTe
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Heterojunctions in then-CdTe-p-ZnTe system were prepared via solid-state substitutions, and their properties were studied. Under small forward bias, the current-voltage characteristics of the heterojunctions, both in the dark and under illumination, are dominated by the generation-recombination processes in the spacecharge region. The spectral response of the heterojunctions extends from the band gap of CdTe to that of ZnTe.
KeywordsZnTe Cadmium Telluride Tungsten Filament Lamp Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conversion Produce Surface Layer
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