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Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices

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Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices. / Corazza, Michael; García-Valverde, Rafael; Dam, Henrik F.; Hösel, Markus; Benatto, Gisele A.Dos Reis; Beliatis, Michail J.; Pastorelli, Francesco; Veenstra, Sjoerd; Knelissen, Guus; Galagan, Yulia; Roesch, Roland; Faber, Tobias; Hoppe, Harald; Berson, Solenn; Manceau, Matthieu; Chaperon, Mélodie; Castro, Fernando; Blakesley, James; Gevorgyan, Suren A.; Madsen, Morten V.

I: Measurement Science and Technology, Bind 30, Nr. 3, 035901, 2019.

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Harvard

Corazza, M, García-Valverde, R, Dam, HF, Hösel, M, Benatto, GADR, Beliatis, MJ, Pastorelli, F, Veenstra, S, Knelissen, G, Galagan, Y, Roesch, R, Faber, T, Hoppe, H, Berson, S, Manceau, M, Chaperon, M, Castro, F, Blakesley, J, Gevorgyan, SA & Madsen, MV 2019, 'Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices', Measurement Science and Technology, bind 30, nr. 3, 035901. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aafae4

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Corazza, M., García-Valverde, R., Dam, H. F., Hösel, M., Benatto, G. A. D. R., Beliatis, M. J., Pastorelli, F., Veenstra, S., Knelissen, G., Galagan, Y., Roesch, R., Faber, T., Hoppe, H., Berson, S., Manceau, M., Chaperon, M., Castro, F., Blakesley, J., Gevorgyan, S. A., & Madsen, M. V. (2019). Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices. Measurement Science and Technology, 30(3), [035901]. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aafae4

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Corazza M, García-Valverde R, Dam HF, Hösel M, Benatto GADR, Beliatis MJ, Pastorelli F, Veenstra S, Knelissen G, Galagan Y, Roesch R, Faber T, Hoppe H, Berson S, Manceau M, Chaperon M, Castro F, Blakesley J, Gevorgyan SA, Madsen MV. 2019. Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices. Measurement Science and Technology. 30(3):Article 035901. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aafae4

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Corazza M, García-Valverde R, Dam HF, Hösel M, Benatto GADR, Beliatis MJ o.a. Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices. Measurement Science and Technology. 2019;30(3). 035901. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aafae4

Author

Corazza, Michael ; García-Valverde, Rafael ; Dam, Henrik F. ; Hösel, Markus ; Benatto, Gisele A.Dos Reis ; Beliatis, Michail J. ; Pastorelli, Francesco ; Veenstra, Sjoerd ; Knelissen, Guus ; Galagan, Yulia ; Roesch, Roland ; Faber, Tobias ; Hoppe, Harald ; Berson, Solenn ; Manceau, Matthieu ; Chaperon, Mélodie ; Castro, Fernando ; Blakesley, James ; Gevorgyan, Suren A. ; Madsen, Morten V. / Compact multifunctional source-meter system for characterisation of laboratory-scale solar cell devices. I: Measurement Science and Technology. 2019 ; Bind 30, Nr. 3.

Bibtex

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