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Nanoflake Arrays: CdS Nanoflake Arrays for Highly Efficient Light Trapping (Adv. Mater. 4/2015

S.‐Z. Qiao, X.‐W. Du, and co‐workers report on page 740 the preparation of nanoflake arrays (NFAs) with appropriate size and their unprecedented light absorption properties. Intriguingly, after a thin‐layer of an organic absorber is loaded on NFAs, extraordinarily high absorption efficiency (95%) is... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials January 2015, Vol.27(4), pp.772-772
Main Author: Yin, Peng‐Fei
Other Authors: Ling, Tao , Lu, Yi‐Ren , Xu, Zong‐Wei , Qiao, Shi‐Zhang , Du, Xi‐Wen
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  • Cadmium Sulfide
  • Light Trapping
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description: S.‐Z. Qiao, X.‐W. Du, and co‐workers report on page 740 the preparation of nanoflake arrays (NFAs) with appropriate size and their unprecedented light absorption properties. Intriguingly, after a thin‐layer of an organic absorber is loaded on NFAs, extraordinarily high absorption efficiency (95%) is realized. As a result, the hybrid solar cell consisting of NFAs and the organic absorber yields a photo‐current that is ten times higher than that of the counterpart device with common planar structure.
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abstractS.‐Z. Qiao, X.‐W. Du, and co‐workers report on page 740 the preparation of nanoflake arrays (NFAs) with appropriate size and their unprecedented light absorption properties. Intriguingly, after a thin‐layer of an organic absorber is loaded on NFAs, extraordinarily high absorption efficiency (95%) is realized. As a result, the hybrid solar cell consisting of NFAs and the organic absorber yields a photo‐current that is ten times higher than that of the counterpart device with common planar structure.
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