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Nanoparticle-enhanced thin film solar cells: Metallic or dielectric nanoparticles?
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10.1063/1.3315942
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Maximum enhancement that can be reached by nanoparticles of different materials characterized with at . Optimum enhancements for ideal nanoparticles with are shown by the solid line. Stars depict the maximum enhancement by real metals and dielectrics.

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Optimum (a) radius and (b) surface coverage of the nanoparticles maximizing the enhancement, as functions of . The optimum characteristics of ideal nanoparticles are shown by the solid lines. The shaded region shows the range where the ideal nanoparticles result in nonpositive effects.

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Spectral absorption rates of the layer and the nanoparticle array (the solid lines) optimized for (a) Ag, (b) Au, (c) Cu, (d) , (e) SiC, and (f) nanoparticles. The reference cell response is plotted as the dashed line; the dash-dotted lines show the contribution of the nondispersive term .

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2010-02-18
2014-04-18
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Scitation: Nanoparticle-enhanced thin film solar cells: Metallic or dielectric nanoparticles?
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/96/7/10.1063/1.3315942
10.1063/1.3315942
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