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Resonant conducting optically transparent network electrode for thin-film solar cells

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2D networks of Ag nanowires are studied as transparent conductors. We identify four distinct scattering mechanisms that govern the transmission through these networks, which show anomalous transmission and better performance than standard ITO layers.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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