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A comparison of light-coupling into high and low index nanostructured photovoltaic thin films

A comparison of light-coupling into high and low index nanostructured photovoltaic thin films

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PFADLER, Thomas, Martin STÄRK, Eugen ZIMMERMANN, Martin PUTNIK, Johannes BONEBERG, Jonas WEICKERT, Lukas SCHMIDT-MENDE, 2015. A comparison of light-coupling into high and low index nanostructured photovoltaic thin films. In: APL Materials. 3(6), 066101. eISSN 2166-532X

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