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Improving optical performance of low bandgap polymer solar cells by the two-mode moderate microcavity
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A two-mode moderate microcavity (MM) structure has been constructed to confine large optical electric field in the low band gap polymer solar cells by inserting a titanium dioxide layer into the devices. Simulations demonstrate the two-mode MM can significantly improve the light absorption at two discrete wavelength ranges and yield an improvement of about 13.8% in total absorbed photons (TAPs) for the device with a 60 nm thick active layer. Combined with an optical spacer, the MM structure leads to a larger improvement of 32.8% in TAPs. The efficacy of the MM structure is revealed to be strongly dependent on the active layer thickness.
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