This paper attempts to describe the process flows and the optimum deposition parameters for high-performance heterojunction solar cells, and the proposed introduction of plasmonic nanoparticles.
In the investigation, the optimum deposition conditions for the crystalline / amorphous heterojunction will be experimentally determined, and chargecarrier lifetime measurements will be presented. Investigations will then be performed on self-aligned Ag nanoparticles deposited on amorphous silicon, and the optimal particle configuration based on annealing temperature and duration will be identified.
Crudgington, L.J., Rind, M.A., Boden, S.A. and Bagnall, D.M., 2014. High performance hetero-junction solar cells with plasmonic light trapping.
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Category: Solar & Photovoltaics