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Effect of nonradiative recombinations in thin film solar cells with light trapping: a model study

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Abstract

We develop an analytic electro-optical model to show that thin film silicon solar cells with Lambertian light trapping outperform thicker ones with the same bulk quality, provided surface recombination is kept below a critical value.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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