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THz Photoresponse of Thin Layers of Black Phosphorus

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Abstract

We study the THz optoelectronic photoresponse of a thin flake of black phosphorus that is fabricated by mechanical exfoliation. THz Illumination at an average power of 10 mW produces a photocurrent in the nA range.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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