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The effects of SnS2 secondary phases on Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells: a promising mechanical exfoliation method for its removal

The effects of SnS2 secondary phases on Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells: a promising mechanical exfoliation method for its removal
Guilin Chen, Zhigao Huang, Huiling Cai, Min Yang, Liquan Yao, Shuiyuan Chen, Binwen Chen, Weihuang Wang
A novel peeling process was introduced to effectively remove the harmful SnS2 secondary phase formed on the surface, which used a sticky tape without using any wet-chemical solution. Such a green surface treatment largely improved the performance of CZTS device.
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