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In this work, the experimentally discovered effect of flexophotovoltaics (FFV) in silicon p-n structures under the influence of local mechanical stress on the front surface is theoretically justified for the first time. The regularities of the manifestation of the FFV effect are determined depending on the value of the local pressure force and the photoexcitation intensity. The experimental data were processed statistically by the least squares method and a new empirical formula was obtained for the experimentally determined dependence of the short-circuit photocurrent of a silicon structure on local mechanical stress.

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