Intrinsic Speed of a Black Phosphorus Photoconductive Detector

Published/Posted: June 1, 2016

Authors: R. J. Suess, E. Leong, T. E. Murphy and M. Mittendorff

DOI: 10.1364/CLEO_AT.2016.JW2A.41

Abstract: The intrinsic speed of a black phosphorus photoconductive detector is determined using pulsed autocorrelation photocurrent measurements. The data reveals two timescales of 125 ps and 775 ps, indicating fast photodetection is possible with black phosphorus photoconductive detectors.

Citation:
R. J. Suess, E. Leong, T. E. Murphy and M. Mittendorff, "Intrinsic Speed of a Black Phosphorus Photoconductive Detector", Conference on Lasers and Electrooptics (CLEO), San Jose, CA (USA) JW2A.41 (2016)

Posted in 2D Materials, Nonlinear Optics