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CIG

Abbreviation for:
Clinical Interface Group (Medspeak-UK)
cold insoluble globulin
cytoplasmic immunoglobulin
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Police licensing officers have told the Examiner that some of the cigs were counterfeit and others were Eastern European that had been smuggled into the country.
The substrate in CIGS has a crucial role in the development of the whole device.
Real-time spectroscopic ellipsometry (RTSE) measurements were carried out in situ during CIGS thin-film growth using a rotating compensator, multichannel instrument with an energy range of 0.75-6.5 eV at an angle of incidence of 70[degrees] An IR sensor was used to monitor the substrate temperature.
ICP-AES and XRF were used to determine the bulk elemental composition of the CIGS absorber layers.
"CIGS technology is the most promising solar technology with 10% higher energy yields compared to polycrystalline panels," said Kuhn.
Results show that the bilayer Mo films were suitable for use as back metal contacts of CIGS solar cells as both good adhesion to the soda-lime glass substrate and low resistivity were achieved.
The performance of CZTS cells right now is lower than that of CIGS, researchers say, but with further research on the use of dopants and additional optimization it should be possible to create solar cell efficiency that is comparable.
The acquired CIGS technology, development costs for which surpass USD100m, is of particular interest to PacWest's wholly-owned unit World EcoSource.
The CIGS Wurtzite phase has been prepared by several research groups recently [6-15], and it has the same composition as the Chalcopyrite phase.
(NYSE: TSM), has received both Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and International Electrotechnical Commission's (IEC) certification for a wide range of its TS CIGS series PV modules.
(di) selenide (also known as CIGS) to a new world record of 18.7 per cent - a
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