Figure: structure of a thin film silicon solar cell. Glass Front ITO i (aSi:H) back ZnO:AI 1-D PC The figure above shows a schematic overview of an thin film single junction solar cell. Upon what principle is the back reflector of this solar cell based? ) The principle of the back reflector is based on refractive scattering. ) The principle of the back reflector is based on diffractive scattering. ) The principle of the back reflector is based on constructive/destructive interference. The principle of the back reflector is based on plasmonic scattering

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Figure: structure of a thin film silicon solar cell.
Glass
Front ITO
i (aSi:H)
back ZnO:AI
1-D PC
The figure above shows a schematic overview of an thin film single junction solar cell. Upon what principle is the back reflector
of this solar cell based?
) The principle of the back reflector is based on refractive scattering.
) The principle of the back reflector is based on diffractive scattering.
) The principle of the back reflector is based on constructive/destructive interference.
The principle of the back reflector is based on plasmonic scattering
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Figure: structure of a thin film silicon solar cell. Glass Front ITO i (aSi:H) back ZnO:AI 1-D PC The figure above shows a schematic overview of an thin film single junction solar cell. Upon what principle is the back reflector of this solar cell based? ) The principle of the back reflector is based on refractive scattering. ) The principle of the back reflector is based on diffractive scattering. ) The principle of the back reflector is based on constructive/destructive interference. The principle of the back reflector is based on plasmonic scattering