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Improved Light Trapping in Quantum Dot Solar Cells Using Double-sided Nanostructuring

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Abstract

We investigate light trapping in thin-film quantum dot solar cells employing front and back side nanostructuring for antireflection and diffraction, respectively. Simulation results demonstrate a large improvement of the effective quantum dot optical absorption.

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