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Near-ultraviolet photodetector based on hybrid polymer/zinc oxide nanorods by low-temperature solution processes
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In this article, we have proposed a nanostructured near-ultraviolet photodetector based on the ZnO nanorod/polyfluorene hybrid by solution processes at low temperature. The current-voltage characteristic of the hybrid device demonstrates the typical -heterojunction diode behavior, consisting of -type polymer and -type ZnOnanorods, respectively. The relative quantum efficiencies of the hybrid device exhibit a nearly three order difference while illuminated under UV and visible light, respectively. The responsivity for the device can reach to at by applying a bias of , which provides a route to fabricate a low-cost near-UV photodetector.
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