Echtermeyer, TJ and Britnell, L and Milana, S and Lombardo, A and Gorbachev, RV and Grigorenko, AN and Geim, AK and Novoselov, KS and Ferrari, AC (2011) Plasmonic nanostructure enhanced graphene-based photodetectors. AAPP Atti della Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali, 89. ISSN 0365-0359Full text not available from this repository.
Graphene exhibits electrical and optical properties promising for future applications in ultra-fast photonics. High carrier mobility and Fermi velocity[2, 3] combined with its constant absorption over the visible wavelength range to the near-infrared potentially allow its application for photodetection over a broad wavelength spectrum, operating at high frequencies. However, absorption being 2.3% per monolayer, responsiv-ity of these devices is rather low[5, 6]. Here we show that by combining graphene-based photodetectors with metal-nanostructures, plasmonic effects lead to an increased respon-sivity. © 2011 by the Author(s); licensee Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, Messina, Italy.
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