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solion

[¦säl′ī‚än]
(electricity)
An electrochemical device in which amplification is obtained by controlling and monitoring a reversible electrochemical reaction.
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Solion XP s architectural advantages enable high productivity and extendibility to two-dimensional precision patterning and N-type cell processes to help our customers meet the growing market demand for cost-efficient solar power.
Solion XP technology with in-situ patterning precisely controls dopant depth, dose and placement of phosphorous and boron, enabling highly efficient activation and lower overall thermal budget for advanced cell structures on N-type substrates.