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Light Trapping Characterization of Branched Nanowire Structures for Photovoltaics

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Recent work in silicon (Si) branched nanowire (BNW) structures show the promise of enhanced light trapping for photovoltaic (PV) solar cells. Through three-dimensional full wave electromagnetic simulation, we explore how BNW structures can be optimized.

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