Demonstration of a Broadband Photodetector Based on a Two‐Dimensional Metal–Organic Framework

@article{Arora2020DemonstrationOA,
  title={Demonstration of a Broadband Photodetector Based on a Two‐Dimensional Metal–Organic Framework},
  author={Himani Arora and Renhao Dong and Tommaso Venanzi and Jens Zscharschuch and Harald Schneider and Manfred Helm and Xinliang Feng and Enrique C{\'a}novas and Artur Erbe},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={32}
}
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are emerging as an appealing class of highly tailorable electrically conducting materials with potential applications in optoelectronics. Yet, the realization of their proof‐of‐concept devices remains a daunting challenge, attributed to their poor electrical properties. Following recent work on a semiconducting Fe3(THT)2(NH4)3 (THT: 2,3,6,7,10,11‐triphenylenehexathiol) 2D MOF with record‐high mobility and band‐like charge transport, here, an Fe3(THT)2(NH4)3 MOF… 

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