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Windows and solar cells – the physics of transparent conductors

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18:30 – 20:30 26 Mar 2014
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Room C404, Floor 4, UCLan Burnley Campus, Burnley College, BB12 0EQ

Speakers: Dr Paul Warren, NSG Research

Abstract

Materials that are both transparent and electrically conducting are unusual in a scientific sense – but very common in everyday life as they form the basis for energy-efficient windows and thin-film solar cells. In this talk, we look at how these materials function, how they are used and at how they are made by large-scale industrial processes.

Light refreshments available from 18:00

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Event type: Lecture/Talk
Organised by: Lancashire and Cumbria Branch
Contact details: Dr J.M. Bradshaw
john.bradshaw@physics.org

Dr C. Bowdery
chris.bowdery@physics.org

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