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Hybrid Gratings for Complementary Absorption Enhancement in Ultra-thin Film Solar Cells

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Abstract

Amorphous silicon ultra-thin film solar cells with hybrid plasmonic and dielectric gratings on the surface of the active layer are studied numerically. Their respective advantages are combined to achieve the complementary absorption enhancement.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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