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• #### ALD of Tin Monosulfide, SnS ﻿

(AVS, 2011)
• #### Antimony-doped Tin(II) Sulfide Thin Films ﻿

(American Chemical Society, 2012-12-07)
Thin-film solar cells made from earth-abundant, inexpensive, and nontoxic materials are needed to replace the current technologies whose widespread use is limited by their use of scarce, costly, and toxic elements. Tin ...
• #### Atomic Layer Deposition of Tin Monosulfide Thin Films ﻿

(Wiley-VCH, 2011)
Thin film solar cells made from earth-abundant, non-toxic materials are needed to replace the current technology that uses $Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)_2$ and $CdTe$, which contain scarce and toxic elements. One promising candidate ...

(2011)
• #### Band alignment of SnS/Zn(O,S) heterojunctions in SnS thin film solar cells ﻿

(American Institute of Physics, 2013)
Band alignment is critical to the performance of heterojunction thin film solar cells. In this letter, we report band alignment studies of SnS/Zn(O,S) heterojunctions with various compositions of Zn(O,S). Valence band ...
• #### Development of Earth-Abundant Tin(II) Sulfide Thin-Film Solar Cells by Vapor Deposition ﻿

(2013-09-18)
To sustain future civilization, the development of alternative clean-energy technologies to replace fossil fuels has become one of the most crucial and challenging problems of the last few decades. The thin film solar cell ...
• #### Enhancing the Efficiency of SnS Solar Cells bia Band-Offset Engineering with a Zinc Oxysulfide Buffer Layer ﻿

(American Institute of Physics, 2013)
SnS is a promising earth-abundant material for photovoltaic applications. Heterojuction solar cells were made by vapor deposition of p-type tin(II) sulfide, SnS, and n-type zinc oxysulfide, Zn(O,S), using a device structure ...
• #### $(Sn,Al)O_x$ Films Grown by Atomic Layer Deposition ﻿

(American Chemical Society, 2011)
$(Sn,Al)O_x$ composite films with various aluminum (Al) to tin (Sn) ratios were deposited using an atomic layer deposition technique. The chemisorption behavior of cyclic amide of tin(II) and trimethylaluminum were ...