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Toward High-efficiency thin Film Silicon Solar Cells: Interplay Between Light Trapping Structures and Film Growth

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Abstract

Light management is a key issue for high-efficiency thin film silicon solar cells. In this contribution, design criteria for realizing better light trapping and high-quality film growth simultaneously is discussed.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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