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Author (up) 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. url  doi
  Title Individual SWCNT transistor with photosensitive planar junction induced by two‐photon oxidation Type Journal Article
  Year 2021 Publication Adv. Electron. Mater. Abbreviated Journal Adv. Electron. Mater.  
  Volume 7 Issue 3 Pages 2000872  
  Keywords SWCNT transistors  
  Abstract 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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  Call Number Serial 1843  
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