A new paper-based anti-reflection coating for solar cells is presented showing a large reduction in the reflection over the entire solar spectrum for a wide range of angles. This process is simple and inexpensive, requiring no high temperature or vacuum-based processing, and is made from renewable cellulose fibers.
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