Analysis and characterization of silicon textured by metal assisted etching technique
The efficient reflection suppression of a solar cell over a broad spectral range can be achieved by nano-scale surface textures. The fundamental reason is that the textured surface behaves like an effective medium with graded refractive index, resulting - in the optimal case - in vanishing reflectivity and appearing black under sunlight. The surface morphology is commonly known as "black Silicon" or bSi. Various methods for fabricating bSi have been developed such as reactive ion etching (RIE),...[Show more]
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