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Driving Field Optimization of Plasmonic Back Reflector for Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells

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We show that the strength of the electric field driving the plasmon resonance in a plasmonic back reflector is highly dependent on spacer layer thickness. Tuning this thickness is essential for optimizing plasmonic solar cells.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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