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Preparation of Transparent Conductive AZO Thin Films for Solar Cells

By Vladimir Tvarozek, Pavol Sutta, Sona Flickyngerova, Ivan Novotny, Pavol Gaspierik, Marie Netrvalova and Erik Vavrinsky

Published: April 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/8565

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Vladimir Tvarozek, Pavol Sutta, Sona Flickyngerova, Ivan Novotny, Pavol Gaspierik, Marie Netrvalova and Erik Vavrinsky (April 1st 2010). Preparation of Transparent Conductive AZO Thin Films for Solar Cells, Semiconductor Technologies, Jan Grym, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/8565. Available from:

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