Lanthanide complexes embedded in silicone resin as a spectral converter for solar cells
- Lanthanide complexes embedded in silicone resin as a spectral converter for solar cells
- 유복렬; 한준수; 조소혜; 한재현; 이성환; 주병권
- Silicone resin; Lanthanide complex; Wavelength conversion; Solar cells
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- Research on chemical intermediates
- VOL 44, NO 8-4744
- The performance of solar cell devices is dependent on various factors, and the spectral mismatch limits the upper limit of performance. Using a spectral converter to manipulate solar radiation is one way to improve solar cell efficiency. We present herein a spectral converter to move the short-wavelength (< 400 nm) range of solar radiation to the longer-wavelength range. The spectral converter comprises fluorescent lanthanide complexes uniformly embedded in silicone resin. A successful spectral converter showed transmittance of over 85%, and when applied in a Si solar cell, its relative efficiency was increased up to 4%.
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