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Graphene oxide/carbon nanoparticle thin film based IR detector: Surface properties and device characterization
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This work deals with the synthesis, characterization, and application of carbon
nanoparticles (CNP) adorned graphene oxide (GO) nanocomposite
materials. Here we mainly focus on an emerging topic in modern research field presenting GO-CNP nanocomposite as a infrared (IR) radiation detector device. GO-CNP thin film devices were fabricated from liquid phase at ambient condition where no modifying treatments were necessary. It works with no cooling treatment and also for stationary objects. A sharp response of human body IR radiation was detected with time constants of 3 and 36 sec and radiation responsivity was 3 mAW−1. The current also rises for quite a long time before saturation. This work discusses state-of-the-art material developing technique based on near-infrared photon absorption and their use in field deployable instrument for real-world applications. GO-CNP-based thin solid composite
films also offer its potentiality to be utilized as p-type absorber material in thin film solar cell, as well.
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