Dark current as a function of bias in two Schottky diodes with extreme electrical characteristics. All measured diodes have characteristics in between these two diodes.
Photocurrent transient measured before, under, and after illumination with a halogen lamp. The applied reverse voltage is .
Photocurrent transient measured for two levels of incident x ray power, and (corresponding to currents of 10 and on the x-ray tube, respectively). The applied reverse voltage is .
Experimental and calculated x-ray photocurrents at saturation as a function of the incident x-ray incident power. The power is expressed in terms of the current, in mA, in the x-ray tube. The applied reverse voltage is .
Experimental (solid line) and calculated (dashed line) transients of photocurrent under a constant x-ray illumination and with the additional illumination by visible/UV light which is turned on and off at the indicated times, respectively. The applied reverse voltage is .
Photocurrent as a function of the reverse bias. The data are experimental (red trace and dots) and calculated (black trace).
Normalized photocurrent transient calculated for two levels of the x-ray incident power, and , at the x-ray tube, respectively.
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