Emerging Strategies to Reduce Transmission and Thermalization Losses in Solar Cells

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Emerging Strategies to Reduce Transmission and Thermalization Losses in Solar Cells

PDF Free Download | Emerging Strategies to Reduce Transmission and Thermalization Losses in Solar Cells Redefining the Limits of Solar Power Conversion Efficiency by Jonas Sandby Lissau, and Morten Madsen

Contents of Emerging Strategies to Reduce Transmission and Thermalization Losses in Solar Cells

  • Introduction: Solar Cell Efficiency and Routes BeyondCurrent Limits
  • Part I Addressing Transmission Losses: Sequential Absorption via Triplet Fusion in Organic Materials Photophysics
  • Near-Infrared-to-Visible Photon Upconversion
  • Photon Upconversion Based on Sensitized Triplet-Triplet Annihilation (sTTA) in Solids
  • Organic Triplet Photosensitizers for Triplet-Triplet Annihilation Upconversion
  • Plasmon-Enhanced Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Triplet-Triplet Annihilation
  • Part II Molecular Oxygen and Triplets: Photophysics and Protective Strategies
  • Molecular Oxygen in Photoresponsive Organic Materials
  • Protective Strategies Toward Long-Term Operation of Annihilation Photon Energy Upconversion
  • Additive-Assisted Stabilization Against Photooxidation of Organic and Hybrid Solar Cells
  • Part III Implementation of Photochemical Upconversion in Solar Cells
  • Optically Coupled Upconversion Solar Cells
  • Electronically Coupled TTA-UC Solar Cells
  • Part IV Addressing Transmission Losses: Sequential Absorption in Rare Earth Ions
  • Rare-Earth Ion-Based Photon Up-Conversion for Transmission-Loss Reduction in Solar Cells
  • Nanophotonics for Photon Upconversion Enhancement
  • Part V Addressing Thermalisation Losses: Singlet Fission and Quantum Cutting
  • Singlet Fission: Mechanisms and Molecular Design
  • Singlet Fission Solar Cells

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