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  1. Absorbtion File In Cigs Solar Cell for Adept 2

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    Please help me about the absorbtion file for simulating CIGS solar cell.Is absorbtion file is necessary for all layer?. How can i get absorbtion file values for the following design. n-

  2. Adept values and hand calculations do not match

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    In the n AlGaAs-pGaAs...

  3. Dark mode computation cannot be executed.

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    During the computation, it suddenly shows error message.

  4. Is it possible to simulate a silicon oxide layer in the c-Si simulations?

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    I have tried to simulate an oxide layer in the system by changing the band gap of the material to eg=6, chi=1 (as an example), and it does not seem to work. Is there a work-around that I should...

  5. My simulation is not getting saved from where i left?

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    Hy, I’m working on ADEPT on a project but I’m facing a problem that my simulation does not start form where i left it .and it is using my storage memory but not saving it to that...

  6. Negative biases not working for i-v?

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    Negative biases are no longer being plotted for i-v calculations as of the most recent update. Is this a bug or is there another way to simulate negative biases now?

  7. What is the reference material for calculating the band offsets in the n-AlGaAs-p

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    I was wondering how you calculated the band offsets in ADEPT, typically one assigns a reference material in such simulations. The affinity, band gap, intrinsic carrier concentration and density..., a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.