Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology report they can passivate silicon at room temperature, a development that promises to lower costs in producing solar cells and other silicon-based semiconductor devices. The passivation process currently requires heating a silicon surface to 400 degrees C.
MIT researchers find new way to passivate silicon
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