Design Principles for Fabrication of InP-Based Radial Junction Nanowire Solar Cells Using an Electron Selective Contact
Nanowire solar cells hold several advantages over planar solar cells, such as reduced reflection, facile strain relaxation, extreme light trapping, increased defect tolerance, etc. However, because of their large surface-to-volume ratio, nanowires tend to have very low effective minority carrier lifetime. To overcome this issue, a radial junction solar cell was proposed. However, in experimental realization, the efficiency of a radial junction solar cell remains significantly lower than...[Show more]
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