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Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction / Yiqun Zhao, Libin Tang, Shengyi Yang, Shu Ping Lau, Vincent Teng

Nanoscale Research Letters, Volume: 15, Issue: 1

Swansea University Author: Vincent Teng

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GeTe is an important narrow bandgap semiconductor material and has found application in the fields of phase change storage as well as spintronics devices. However, it has not been studied for application in the field of infrared photovoltaic detectors working at room temperature. Herein, GeTe nanofi...

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ISSN: 1556-276X
Published: Springer Science and Business Media LLC 2020
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title Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction
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title_short Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction
title_full Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction
title_fullStr Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction
title_full_unstemmed Infrared photovoltaic detector based on p-GeTe/n-Si heterojunction
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description GeTe is an important narrow bandgap semiconductor material and has found application in the fields of phase change storage as well as spintronics devices. However, it has not been studied for application in the field of infrared photovoltaic detectors working at room temperature. Herein, GeTe nanofilms were grown by magnetron sputtering technique and characterized to investigate its physical, electrical, and optical properties. A high-performance infrared photovoltaic detector based on GeTe/Si heterojunction with the detectivity of 8 × 1011 Jones at 850 nm light irradiation at room temperature was demonstrated.
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