Graphenized carbon nanofiber: a novel light-trapping and conductive material to achieve an efficiency breakthrough in silicon solar cells.

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An innovative 1D material--graphenized carbon nanofiber--is designed and synthesized. The nanofiber exhibits superior light-scattering properties, ultralow absorption loss, and high electrical conductivity, and enables a wide range of applications. Simply integrating the nanofibers with the state-of-the-art silicon solar cells leads to a leaping efficiency… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/adma.201404123

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@article{Chen2015GraphenizedCN, title={Graphenized carbon nanofiber: a novel light-trapping and conductive material to achieve an efficiency breakthrough in silicon solar cells.}, author={Xi Chen and Baohua Jia and Boyuan Cai and Jia Fang and Ze Chen and Xiaodan Zhang and Ying Zhao and Min Gu}, journal={Advanced materials}, year={2015}, volume={27 5}, pages={849-55} }