Carbon nanotube quantum dots as highly sensitive terahertz-cooled spectrometers.

@article{Rinzan2012CarbonNQ,
  title={Carbon nanotube quantum dots as highly sensitive terahertz-cooled spectrometers.},
  author={M Rinzan and Gareth Jenkins and H. Dennis Drew and S. E. Shafranjuk and Paola Barbara},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={3097-100}
}
Terahertz technology has recently emerged as a highly sought-after and versatile scientific tool in many fields, including medical imaging, security screening, and wireless communication. However, scientific progress has been hindered by the lack of sources and detectors in this frequency range, thereby known as the terahertz gap. Here, we show that carbon nanotube quantum dots coupled to antennas are extremely sensitive, broad-band, terahertz quantum detectors with spectral resolution. Their… CONTINUE READING
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