Mechanical and Electrical Properties for ITO (Thin Film) Coating PET

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Almo’men Bellah Alawnah
Ahed J Alkhatib
Areej AlZoubi
Ola Hayajnah

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This study focuses on applying ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) thin film as a PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) coating in solar cells. While ITO thin films are already used in this field, their efficiency varies based on numerous factors, with the mechanical and electrical properties being the most influential. Understanding and optimizing these properties can significantly enhance the solar cell industry. To achieve this, we conducted film transmittance tests on the as-produced samples under various environmental conditions to investigate their material behavior. Additionally, mechanical and electrical experiments were carried out to analyze and compare these properties under different parameters, with the ultimate goal of improving the PET coating for solar cell applications. By studying and enhancing the performance of ITO thin films, we can contribute to advancements in solar cell technology.

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Alawnah, A. B., Alkhatib, A. J., AlZoubi, A., & Hayajnah, O. (2024). Mechanical and Electrical Properties for ITO (Thin Film) Coating PET. Information Sciences With Applications, 2, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.61356/j.iswa.2024.210373
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Alawnah, A. B., Alkhatib, A. J., AlZoubi, A., & Hayajnah, O. (2024). Mechanical and Electrical Properties for ITO (Thin Film) Coating PET. Information Sciences With Applications, 2, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.61356/j.iswa.2024.210373

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