Individual SWCNT Transistor with Photosensitive Planar Junction Induced by Two-Photon Oxidation

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A1 Alkuperäisartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä
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2021-03
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en
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Advanced Electronic Materials
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The fabrication of planar junctions in carbon nanomaterials is a promising way to increase the optical sensitivity of optoelectronic nanometer-scale devices in photonic connections, sensors, and photovoltaics. Utilizing a unique lithography approach based on direct femtosecond laser processing, a fast and easy technique for modification of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) optoelectronic properties through localized two-photon oxidation is developed. It results in a novel approach of quasimetallic to semiconducting nanotube conversion so that metal/semiconductor planar junction is formed via local laser patterning. The fabricated planar junction in the field-effect transistors based on individual SWCNT drastically increases the photoresponse of such devices. The broadband photoresponsivity of the two-photon oxidized structures reaches the value of 2 × 107 A W−1 per single SWCNT at 1 V bias voltage. The SWCNT-based transistors with induced metal/semiconductor planar junction can be applied to detect extremely small light intensities with high spatial resolution in photovoltaics, integrated circuits, and telecommunication applications.
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carbon nanotubes, femtosecond lasers, photodetectors, photovoltaics, two-photon absorption
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Emelianov , A V , Nekrasov , N P , Moskotin , M V , Fedorov , G E , Otero , N , Romero , P M , Nevolin , V K , Afinogenov , B I , Nasibulin , A G & Bobrinetskiy , I I 2021 , ' Individual SWCNT Transistor with Photosensitive Planar Junction Induced by Two-Photon Oxidation ' , Advanced Electronic Materials , vol. 7 , no. 3 , 2000872 . https://doi.org/10.1002/aelm.202000872