Semiconducting polymer diodes: Large size, low cost photodetectors with excellent

Yu, G.; Pakbaz, K.
June 1994
Applied Physics Letters;6/20/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 25, p3422
Academic Journal
Examines the sensitivity of photodiodes fabricated from conjugated polymers to visible-ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Correlation of photosensitivity with reverse bias voltage; Photoresponse of diodes fabricated from poly(3-octyl thiopene) in the visible and near UV; Effect of the ease of fabrication into large size on the polymer photodiode.


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