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The early work laboured under what is now known to be a misconception that quite thick layers (>20 µm) of silicon would be required to give reasonable performance due to silicon’s poor absorption characteristics arising from its indirect band gap (see Fig. 8). However, since light trapping can increase the effective optical thickness of a silicon cell by 10–50 times, this means that layers of only 1 µm or so thickness are still inherently capable of producing similar performance to much thicker layers.
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