Electrically Induced Optical Emission from a Carbon Nanotube FET

@article{Misewich2003ElectricallyIO,
  title={Electrically Induced Optical Emission from a Carbon Nanotube FET},
  author={James A. Misewich and Richard Martel and Phaedon Avouris and James C. Tsang and Stefan Heinze and Jerry Tersoff},
  journal={Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={300},
  pages={783 - 786}
}
Polarized infrared optical emission was observed from a carbon nanotube ambipolar field-effect transistor (FET). An effective forward-biased p-n junction, without chemical dopants, was created in the nanotube by appropriately biasing the nanotube device. Electrical measurements show that the observed optical emission originates from radiative recombination of electrons and holes that are simultaneously injected into the undoped nanotube. These observations are consistent with a nanotube FET… 
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