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|標題:||Improvement of the light-trapping effect using a subwavelength-structured optical disk||作者:||Shih, H.F.
|關鍵字:||silicon solar-cells;diffraction;substrate;design||Project:||Applied Optics||期刊/報告no：:||Applied Optics, Volume 48, Issue 25, Page(s) F49-F54.||摘要:||
The subwavelength structures formed by data tracks in an optical disk are applied to improve the light-trapping effect for thin-film amorphous silicon (a-Si) solar cell applications. An antireflection coating ( ARC) consisting of at least two dielectric layers (SiO(2) and ZnS-SiO(2)) is designed for the top planar surface of the disk. The a-Si thin-film solar cell layer is deposited below the bottom surface of the disk. Finally, a reflective metal coating is attached to the a-Si layer to fully reflect the incident light and extend the round-trip light path. With the proposed configuration, the reflectance and absorptance can be effectively decreased and enhanced by more than 10% compared with those without ARC and structured surfaces. (C) 2009 Optical Society of America
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