Enhancement of photosensitivity by ultraviolet irradiation and photoconductivity spectra of

Vaitkus, R.; Inushima, T.; Yamazaki, S.
May 1993
Applied Physics Letters;5/10/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 19, p2384
Academic Journal
Observes the photosensitivity enhancement under ultraviolet irradiation (UV) of free-standing diamond thin film. Evolution of photocurrent under UV irradiation; Application of chemical vapor deposition; Dependence of photocurrent relative change on UV radiant intensity; Photoconductivity spectra of the film.


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