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Nanophotoswitches with a high on/off ratio based on a structure of indium tin oxide/organic insulator/metal
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Highly photosensitive nanoswitches with a structure of indium tin oxide/organic insulator/metal have been fabricated. Electric current in the photoswitches is sensitive to ultraviolet (UV)radiation, and can be inhibited and recovered by exposing the photoswitch to, or shielding it from, UV radiation, respectively. Photoswitches with a very high on/off ratio exceeding , which is the highest ratio recorded for all reported organic photoswitches, have been demonstrated under UV radiation even with a low power density .
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