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Tackling self-absorption in luminescent solar concentrators with type-II colloidal quantum dots

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The efficiency of Luminescent solar concentrators is still rather low, due to several loss-mechanisms, which are maximised by self-absorption. We demonstrate that use of type-II semiconductor hetero-nanocrystals may offer a solution to the self-absorption problem.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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