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Hot Electron Luminescence in Aged Electrodeposited CdSe Liquid-Junction Solar Cell

The surface of polycrystalline, electrodeposited CdSe photoelectrodes which have been aged in a polysulfide electrolyte under illumination and in darkness was probed. Characteristic "hot electron" luminescence was observed at multiples of omega sub LO (CdS) = 305 cm exp 1 in the light-aged electrode... Full description

Journal Title: Appl. Phys. Lett 1 Jan. 1983, Vol.42(1), pp.58-60
Main Author: Silberstein, R
Other Authors: Tomkiewicz, M
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title: Hot Electron Luminescence in Aged Electrodeposited CdSe Liquid-Junction Solar Cell
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  • Chemical Analysis
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  • Surface Chemistry
  • Heating Effects
  • Solar Generators
  • Analysis (MD)
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description: The surface of polycrystalline, electrodeposited CdSe photoelectrodes which have been aged in a polysulfide electrolyte under illumination and in darkness was probed. Characteristic "hot electron" luminescence was observed at multiples of omega sub LO (CdS) = 305 cm exp 1 in the light-aged electrode, indicating that a surface layer of CdS has been formed. AES profiling shows that extensive substitution of sulfur for Se has occurred, in the light-aged electrode alone, to a depth of approx 600 A. Measurements at 300K suggest that Raman scattering can be a useful, in situ , contactless, nondestructive probe of CdS formation. 14 ref.--AA
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abstractThe surface of polycrystalline, electrodeposited CdSe photoelectrodes which have been aged in a polysulfide electrolyte under illumination and in darkness was probed. Characteristic "hot electron" luminescence was observed at multiples of omega sub LO (CdS) = 305 cm exp 1 in the light-aged electrode, indicating that a surface layer of CdS has been formed. AES profiling shows that extensive substitution of sulfur for Se has occurred, in the light-aged electrode alone, to a depth of approx 600 A. Measurements at 300K suggest that Raman scattering can be a useful, in situ , contactless, nondestructive probe of CdS formation. 14 ref.--AA
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