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Why Does the World Rely on Xinjiang for Solar Panels? Polysilicon and Forced Labor
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More and more people are going solar as governments offer tax incentives and the technology gets cheaper. But some industry professionals warn that forced labor in Communist China could have a role to play in that price drop. Your support allows us to produce more high-quality videos. Consider donating at https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/ChinaInsights

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Packing Polysilicon part2
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http://www.cismarket.net Polycrystalline silicon, also called polysilicon, is a material consisting of small silicon crystals. It differs from single-crystal silicon, used for electronics and solar cells, and from amorphous silicon, used for thin film devices and solar cells.

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U.S. Polysilicon Industry at Risk: Addressing the China Challenge
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House Manufacturing Caucus Briefing, October 22, 2019

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M.Setek Soma Polysilicon Plant Opening Ceremony
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M.SETEK President Ritsuo Matsumiya makes a speech at the MAY 24, 2007 Soma Polysilicon Plant Opening Ceremony.

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MEMS Real-Time Clocks Based on Epitaxial Polysilicon: System-Level Requirements and Experimental
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Sponsored by IEEE Sensors Council (https://ieee-sensors.org/) Title: MEMS Real-Time Clocks Based on Epitaxial Polysilicon: System-Level Requirements and Experimental Characterization Author: Giorgio Mussi{1}, Paolo Frigerio{1}, Gabriele Gattere{2}, Giacomo Langfelder{1} Affiliation: {1}Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy; {2}STMicroelectronics, Italy Abstract: This paper assesses the feasibility of MEMS-based real-time clocks using polysilicon without correcting the temperature coefficient of frequency (TCf) through dedicated technological steps. A large TCf (-30 ppm/K) is not an issue in terms of maximum frequency compensation: indeed, the dominant part of the frequency correction, to match the 32-kHz target, is demanded by etching-induced frequency offsets. This sets the required bits of the modulator/divider that performs the compensation. Instead, requirements in the bits and refresh rate of the temperature sensor are affected by large TCfs. Nevertheless, this work predicts and demonstrates few ppm stability, making the approach quite competitive. IEEE Sensors Conferences (https://ieee-sensors.org/conferences/) IEEE Sensors Journal (https://ieee-sensors.org/sensors-journal/) IEEE Sensors Letters (https://ieee-sensors.org/sensors-letters/) IEEE Internet of Things Journal (https://ieee-iotj.org/) IEEE SENSORS conference proceedings (https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome/1000662/all-proceedings)

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