Abstract

This paper reports modeling findings that MgF2/ZnS double-layer anti-reflection coating potentially offers a less than 1.5% reflection loss for ultra-thin GaAs single-junction solar cells, when all the layers in the solar cells are taken into account.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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