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A novel back-side light-trapping structure for thin silicon solar cells
Journal of the European Optical Society-Rapid Publications
We report the study of fluorescence quenching from nanoassemblies formed by Rhodamine 6G and gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) of 2.6 nm radius. The presence of Au NPs induces long-term degradation of the photostability (photobleaching) of Rhodamine 6G used as a gain medium in a Fabry-Perot laser cavity. We found that the degradation gets profound when the Au NPs concentration is significantly increased. Calculation of the radiative rate and direct time-resolved measurement of the fluorescence decaydoi:10.2971/jeos.2011.11019 fatcat:wtkvofsbpjctzgy2uc53a2p74y