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Ultrafast Photocurrent Spectroscopy in a Black Phosphorus Van der Waals Heterostructure

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Abstract

Ultrafast photocurrent spectroscopy is used to investigate the carrier lifetime of a black phosphorus heterostructure. Tuning the polarization reveals anisotropic response of the excitons with the optical field. Individual ultrafast pulses with a spacing of ~1ns are resolved with our device.

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