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Humidity Sensing Using SbSI Nanophotodetectors

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This paper shows usability of antimony sulfoiodide (SbSI) nanowires as photo-conductive humidity sensors. Qualitatively different photoconductivity transient characteristics for low, and high humidity have been observed. Desorption of H2O from SbSI nanowires surface is reported.

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