Photonic metamaterial absorber designs for infrared solar-cell applications
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We propose a metamaterial based absorber design that operates at the infrared regime. The absorption peak was 83.6%. We can incorporate solar-cell layers inside the metamaterial absorber in order to significantly increase solar-cell efficiency. © 2010 SPIE.
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