Electrodeposition Technique to Fabrication CIGS using Pure Selenium and SeO2 as Selenium Source
Keywords:Energy, Selenium, Selenium dioxide, CIGS, Electrodeposition.
AbstractEnergy demands are increasing day by day because almost all equipment that supports human activities uses electrical energy. CIGS solar cells are an energy source that is environmentally friendly, renewable, and has high efficiency. Selenium is one of the materials used in making solar cell CIGS. However, researchers often find the problems of this material hard to dissolve compared to other materials (copper, indium, and gallium). Therefore, in this study, pure selenium will be synthesized to produce selenium dioxide (SeO2) as a material for making solar cell CIGS with electrodeposition. The XRF showed the resulting selenium dioxide of 99.077%, SEM-EDX showed At% selenium from SeO2 greater than pure selenium, XRD showed CIGS orientation on (211) and (105).
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