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Light Trapping Limit Revisited: How do Guided Modes Enhance Light Absorption in Solar Cells?

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We explore the limit of absorption enhancement in thin film solar cells obtained by guided mode excitation and we discuss the geometrical and angular dependence of absorption. We consider the modal properties of the cell.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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