Further investigations on the use of polycrystalline CVD diamond as a UV detector.
11 November 2003
Metal-semiconductor-metal planar structures were fabricated on free-standing diamond films. The devices were found to operate successfully as photodetectors for deep ultraviolet light with their response being dependent on the post-growth treatment. However, evidences of trapping were found both in the spectral photoresponse and temporal response to monochromatic light transients.
Manolopoulos, S., Clarke, D., Derbyshire, G., Jones, G., Read, P. and Torbet, M., 2003. Further investigations on the use of polycrystalline CVD diamond as a UV detector. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 510(3), pp.406-409.
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