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Light Trapping Nanostructure Design for Absorption Enhancement in Amorphous Silicon Thin Film Solar Cell

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Abstract

We design an amorphous Si thin film solar cell using cosinusoid ITO and ellipsoid metal nanostructure for dual light trapping. 23.74mA/cm2 short circuit current density is achieved which is 31.3% higher than flat structure.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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