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Effects of substrates on photocurrents from photosensitive polymer coated carbon nanotube networks
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curve of the SWNT-FET before and after coating with (a) F8T2 and (b) F8BT. The inset in each figure shows the chemical structure of each polymer. The photoresponses observed for (c) F8T2-Q and (d) F8BT-Q to the illumination cycles of the wavelength of light.

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(a) Schematic illustration of SWNT resistor devices on quartz. (b) SEM image of SWNT on quartz. (c) Photoresponses of both F8T2- and F8BT-coated SWNT networks on quartz (to the light). (d) Energy band alignment of these polymers with SWNTs.

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The effect of distant illumination on photoresponses for a F8T2-Q and a F8BT-Q, where the longitudinal and transverse directions are also defined (spot size of light: ).

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2014-04-20

Abstract

We investigated the substarte ( and quartz) effects on the photoresponsitivity of photosensitive polymer coated single-walled carbon nanotube(SWNT) networks. As charge trapping on quartz surface is believed to be much less significant than that observed on conventional dielectrics, using quartz as the supporting substrate allows us to probe the naïve photointeraction between the photosensitive polymers and SWNTs. The two-terminal SWNTresistor devices on quartz provide an effective yet simple methodology to discriminate electron- or hole-donating photosensitive polymers.

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Scitation: Effects of substrates on photocurrents from photosensitive polymer coated carbon nanotube networks
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