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Surface-plasmon enhanced transparent electrodes in organic photovoltaics
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Random silver nanohole films were created through colloidal lithography techniques and metal vapor deposition. The transparent electrodes were characterized by uv-visible spectroscopy and incorporated into an organic solar cell. The test cells were evaluated for solar power-conversion efficiency and incident photon-to-current conversion efficiency. The incident photon-to-current conversion efficiency spectra displayed evidence that a nanohole film with diameter holes induces surface-plasmon-enhanced photoconversion. The nanohole silverfilms demonstrate a promising route to removing the indium tin oxide transparent electrode that is ubiquitous in organic optoelectronics.
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