Centifugually formed film growth


Centifugually formed film growth

Centifugually formed film growth is a process used to form thin layers of materials by using a centrifuge. It is used commercially to make thin layers of silicon for use in solar cells. When used for forming thin layers of silicon, the centrifuge runs at a temperature of approximately 1,400 °C.


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