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High-frequency performance of scaled carbon nanotube array field-effect transistors

Steiner, Mathias ; Engel, Michael ; Lin, Yu-Ming ; Wu, Yanqing ; Jenkins, Keith ; Farmer, Damon B. ; Humes, Jefford J. ; Yoder, Nathan L. ; Seo, Jung-Woo T. ; Green, Alexander A. ; Hersam, Mark C. ; Krupke, Ralph ; Avouris, Phaedon (2012)
High-frequency performance of scaled carbon nanotube array field-effect transistors.
In: Applied Physics Letters, 101 (5)
doi: 10.1063/1.4742325
Article, Bibliographie

Abstract

Due to the high cost of silicon photovoltaics there is currently great interest in finding alternative semiconductor materials for light harvesting devices. Single-walled carbon nanotubes are an allotrope of carbon with unique electrical and optical properties and are promising as future photovoltaic materials. It is thus important to investigate the methods of exploiting their properties in photovoltaic devices. In addition to already extensive research using carbon nanotubes in organic photovoltaics and photoelectrochemical cells, another way to do this is to combine them with a relatively well understood model semiconductor such as silicon. Nanotube-silicon heterojunction solar cells are a recent photovoltaic architecture with demonstrated power conversion efficiencies of up to ∼14% that may in part exploit the photoactivity of carbon nanotubes.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2012
Creators: Steiner, Mathias ; Engel, Michael ; Lin, Yu-Ming ; Wu, Yanqing ; Jenkins, Keith ; Farmer, Damon B. ; Humes, Jefford J. ; Yoder, Nathan L. ; Seo, Jung-Woo T. ; Green, Alexander A. ; Hersam, Mark C. ; Krupke, Ralph ; Avouris, Phaedon
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: High-frequency performance of scaled carbon nanotube array field-effect transistors
Language: English
Date: 18 June 2012
Journal or Publication Title: Applied Physics Letters
Volume of the journal: 101
Issue Number: 5
DOI: 10.1063/1.4742325
Abstract:

Due to the high cost of silicon photovoltaics there is currently great interest in finding alternative semiconductor materials for light harvesting devices. Single-walled carbon nanotubes are an allotrope of carbon with unique electrical and optical properties and are promising as future photovoltaic materials. It is thus important to investigate the methods of exploiting their properties in photovoltaic devices. In addition to already extensive research using carbon nanotubes in organic photovoltaics and photoelectrochemical cells, another way to do this is to combine them with a relatively well understood model semiconductor such as silicon. Nanotube-silicon heterojunction solar cells are a recent photovoltaic architecture with demonstrated power conversion efficiencies of up to ∼14% that may in part exploit the photoactivity of carbon nanotubes.

Uncontrolled Keywords: carbon nanotubes; doping; photovoltaic devices; solar cells; thin films
Divisions: 11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science > Fachgebiet Molekulare Nanostrukturen
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences
Date Deposited: 16 Aug 2012 06:48
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