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Photosensitivity and reflectivity of the active layer in a Tamm-plasmon-polariton-based organic solar cell

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We report on a model of an organic solar cell in which a photosensitive layer doped with plasmon nanoparticles acts as not only an absorbing element but also a mirror involved in the formation of the Tamm plasmon polariton. It is shown that such solar cells can be fabricated without metal contacts, thus avoiding undesired losses in the system. Methods for an additional increase in the integral absorption by applying metal or dielectric mirrors to the lower boundary of the photonic crystal are proposed. It has been found that the integral absorption in the active layer can be increased by 15% compared to classical optimized planar solar cells.

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