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Earth-abundant sustainable inorganic thin-film solar cells, independent of precious elements, pivot on a marginal material phase space targeting specific compounds. Advanced materials characterization efforts are necessary to expose the roles

Earth-abundant sustainable inorganic thin-film solar cells, independent of precious elements, pivot on a marginal material phase space targeting specific compounds. Advanced materials characterization efforts are necessary to expose the roles of microstructure, chemistry, and interfaces. Herein, the earth-abundant solar cell device, Cu[subscript 2]ZnSnS[subscript (4–x)]Se[subscript x], is reported, which shows a high abundance of secondary phases compared to similarly grown Cu[subscript 2]ZnSnSe[subscript 4].

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1002/advs.201500320
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    Aguiar, J. A., Patel, M., Aoki, T., Wozny, S., & Al-Jassim, M. (2016). Contrasting the Material Chemistry of Cu2ZnSnSe4 and Cu2ZnSnS(4-x)Sex. Advanced Science, 3(6), 1500320. doi:10.1002/advs.201500320

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