An Efficient Way to Assemble ZnS Nanobelts as Ultraviolet-Light Sensors with Enhanced Photocurrent and Stability

@inproceedings{Fang2010AnEW,
  title={An Efficient Way to Assemble ZnS Nanobelts as Ultraviolet-Light Sensors with Enhanced Photocurrent and Stability},
  author={Xiaosheng Fang and Yoshio Bando and Meiyong Liao and Tianyou Zhai and Ujjal K Gautam and Liang Feng Li and Yasuo Koide and Dmitri Golberg},
  year={2010}
}
Although there has been significant progress in the fabrication and performance optimization of one-dimensional nanostructure-based photodetectors, it is still a challenge to develop an effective and low-cost device with high performance characteristics, such as a high photocurrent/ dark-current ratio, photocurrent stability, and fast time response. Herein an efficient and low-cost method to achieve high-performance 'visible-blind' microscale ZnS nanobelt-based ultraviolet (UV)-light sensors… CONTINUE READING

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