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Large Area, Broadband, and Polarization-Sensitive Photodetectors Based on Aligned Carbon Nanotubes

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We have studied the photoresponse of highly aligned carbon nanotube devices in the visible, near-infrared, and mid-infrared. Using different metal combinations for electrodes, we designed detectors that work up to 10 µm under global illumination.

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