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Vertical Germanium Nanowire Photodetectors with Suspended Graphene Top Contact

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Abstract

We demonstrate photodetectors for visible-to-infrared imaging, comprising vertical germanium nanowires on a silicon substrate, with a suspended graphene layer as the top electrical contact. Measured responsivity spectra show peaks that shift with increasing nanowire diameter.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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