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Thermal laser separation technology for optimized half-cell module performance

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By Michael Grimm, 3D-Micromac AG, Chemnitz, Germany

Half-cell modules are gaining an increasing market share because of their potential for increasing module power without requiring any changes to cell technology. However, it has emerged that different cell separation technologies can produce similar electrical performances of the half cells, yet lead to an entirely different mechanical behaviour of the cells.

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