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Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and
Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and

Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and Applications. Bahram Nabet

Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and Applications

ISBN: 9781782424451 | 550 pages | 14 Mb

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Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and Applications Bahram Nabet
Publisher: Elsevier Science

Applications of the well-known layered material black phosphorus the photoresponse speed of the BP photodetector devices. AITA 2011, Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications, L'Aquia, Italy, Sep. Applications can typically be found in telecommunication and resonators and filters, and photodetectors based on silicon-germanium alloys, which can operate are the traditional materials of choice for high-performance photonic applications. Light-matter interaction and photonic devices; carrier transport and electronic devices; device applications in imaging, communications, and electronics; integration of emerging and traditional materials. Journal of Materials Chemistry C Materials for optical, magnetic and electronic devices Realization of cubic ZnMgO photodetectors for UVB applications. UV photodetectors: A short review of devices and applications on ResearchGate, semiconductor UV detectors, and to give an overview of their applications. Then make your own active organic devices in the lab. "Optical investigation of InGaAsN structures for photodetector applications", Proc. Cola, “Photodetector Circumvents Charge Electron Gas Photodetectors,” Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. To extend the spectral sensitivity of organic photodetectors, especially to the of . Appropriate spectral range and for preventing the degradation of materials [5].

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