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Plasmonic Hot Electrons Photovoltaics via Spontaneous Templating

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Combinatorial quest for cost effective - environment friendly all oxide photovoltaics raised several outliers that didn’t match the anticipated p-n junction mechanisms. Further investigation showed that spontaneous nanostructures forming at the back contacts are the source of Surface Plasmon Resonance, causing Hot Electron injection and PV activity.

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