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Self-assembled plasmonic electrodes for high-performance organic photovoltaic cells
6. V. E. Ferry, M. A. Verschuuren, H. B. T. Li, E. Verhagen, R. J. Walters, R. E. I. Schropp, H. A. Atwater, and A. Polman, Opt. Express 18, A237 (2010).
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We investigate thin Agfilms incorporating plasmonic nanohole arrays as transparent conducting electrodes for organic photovoltaic cells.Plasmonicelectrodes are fabricated using nanospherelithography to create hexagonal nanohole arrays over centimeter-sized areas. Devices constructed using a nanopatterned Aganode show power conversion efficiencies that exceed those of devices constructed on conventional indium-tin-oxide, independent of light polarization. In comparison to cells constructed on unpatterned Ag, the power conversion efficiency is noted to double with patterning.
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