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Wet – Chemically Etched Silicon Nanowire Solar Cells: Fabrication and Advanced Characterization

By Björn Hoffmann, Vladimir Sivakov, Sebastian W. Schmitt, Muhammad Y. Bashouti, Michael Latzel, Jiří Dluhoš, Jaroslav Jiruse and Silke Christiansen

Submitted: March 16th 2012Reviewed: August 22nd 2012Published: December 19th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/52585

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Björn Hoffmann, Vladimir Sivakov, Sebastian W. Schmitt, Muhammad Y. Bashouti, Michael Latzel, Jiří Dluhoš, Jaroslav Jiruse and Silke Christiansen (December 19th 2012). Wet – Chemically Etched Silicon Nanowire Solar Cells: Fabrication and Advanced Characterization, Nanowires Xihong Peng, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/52585. Available from:

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