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Light Trapping Principles and Limits for Photovoltaics

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Abstract

Light trapping is an important design criterion for efficient solar cells. I discuss the fundamental light trapping limits for thick and thin films and show how to beat the bulk limit using specially designed thin films.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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