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URN etd-0821114-101410 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1028 times. Download 0 times. Author Wei-Jei Chiou Author's Email Address No Public. Department Electro-Optical Engineering Year 2013 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 64 Title A Study on the Influence of SiNx and SiO2 on Tilted Sub-Wavelength Anti-reflection Structures to Enhance Performances of Silicon Solar Cell Keyword solar cells anti-reflection texture SWS SWS texture anti-reflection solar cells Abstract This research aims to investigate the useage of low cost nanometer ball's self assembly skills. Use the nanometer balls sperad over rough surface of pramidical sturctures with SiNx and SiO2, and use the Nanosphere lithography . it may form into a "Tilted Sub-wavelength Structure, TSWS" anti-reflex layer with rough surface,which may improve reflex efficient of traditional "Double Layer Anti-reflex, DLAR". An prototype of solar cell with TSWS is bulit totestify whether numbers of photons were increased to enhance the transfer efficiencies of solar cell.
Following with the experiment, the medium and final paragraphs will discuss how different density and diameter of nanometer balls accompany with defferent thickness of SiNx affect the efficiencies of TSWS.
In the middle and rear sections of this paper will explore the plasma treatment along with the film for the contact angle of water droplets impact and effect of nanospheres attached to the surface of the pyramid. Again changing the process parameters and film stacking order to observe the electrical improvements for TSWS morphology, anti-reflective effect and solar components.
Advisor Committee Chiung-Wei Lin - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2014-07-22 Date of Submission 2014-08-21