Original paper

18.78% hierarchical black silicon solar cells achieved with the balance of light-trapping and interfacial contact

Volume: 478, Pages: 725 - 732
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
18.78% efficiency of crystalline silicon (Si) solar cells was achieved through introducing the combined nanopore/pyramid textures. These hierarchical structures possessed the ultra-low reflectivity with values <6% under the various illumination angles from 0 to 60°, evidencing their remarkable omnidirectional light-trapping capability. Although the greatly improved light-trapping effect of the hierarchical structures was demonstrated, we found...
Paper Details
Title
18.78% hierarchical black silicon solar cells achieved with the balance of light-trapping and interfacial contact
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
478
Pages
725 - 732
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