Laser scribing of ITO and organic solar cells
Abstract:As advancements thin-film and flexible electronics like printed organic solar cells and organic LEDs bring these devices close to market entry new processing technologies for costeffective, high quality production have to be developed. Laser technology provides a huge potential to fulfill the demanding tasks that come with the transition from lab to factory. 3D-Micromac looked into the possibilities of ultra-short pulsed lasers for scribing of transparent conductive layers as well as active layers of organic solar cells. This paper presents the results of this research.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-01-01
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