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Plasmon enhanced performance of organic solar cells using electrodeposited Ag nanoparticles
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To enhance solar harvesting in organic solar cells, uniform-sized metalnanoparticles of were incorporated to the device via pulse-current electrodeposition, which is a kind of simple and quick solution process that can control the density and size of metalnanoparticles. By incorporating plasmonicAgnanoparticles on surface modified transparent electrodes, overall power conversion efficiency was increased from 3.05% to 3.69%, mainly resulting from the improved photocurrent density as a result of enhanced absorption of the photoactive conjugate polymer due to the high electromagnetic field strength in the vicinity of the excited surface plasmons.
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