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Analysis of carrier collection efficiencies of thin‐film silicon solar cells
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5.This definition differs from that used by Wolf (Ref. 1) which used the number of carriers per absorbed photon. Only for thin Si layers is this difference significant.
6.By use of multiple light passes, the efficiencies of thin‐film Si cells can be considerably increased: D. Redfield, Appl. Phys. Lett. 25, 647 (1974).
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8.It should be noted, though, that for very thin layers the front surface recombination velocity becomes relatively more important, making the precise value of η less certain.
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10.K. W. Boer and J. Phillips, in Ref. 1, p. 125.
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