Abstract

The non-closely packed (surface-coverage of 55-65%) sub-micron silica sphere (400 nm) light-trapping monolayer was introduced to boost photocurrent (efficiency) of thin film amorphous solar cells by 15% (6.9%). The enhancement is nearly omni-directional.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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