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Light Trapping Using Silicon Nanostructures For Solar Cells

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Abstract

Silicon nanostructures are used for efficiency enhancement in Silicon solar cells. A 2 µm thick solar cell with silicon nanostructures on the front and back surfaces show photocurrent of 26.7 mA/cm2 (77% of the Yablonovitch limit).

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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