Solution-processed hybrid perovskite photodetectors with high detectivity

  title={Solution-processed hybrid perovskite photodetectors with high detectivity},
  author={Letian Dou and Yanghui Yang and Jingbi You and Z. R. Hong and Wei‐Hsuan Chang and Gang Li and Yang Yang},
  journal={Nature Communications},
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