Type II superlattice enables high operating temperature

@inproceedings{Razeghi2011TypeIS,
  title={Type II superlattice enables high operating temperature},
  author={Manijeh Razeghi},
  year={2011}
}
Infrared radiation is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that covers a range of wavelengths from 0.8 to 100 m. Popularly known as ‘heat radiation,’ IR was first discovered using devices that resembled modern-day thermometers. Nowadays, IR detection has evolved from sensing a change in a material property such as expanding mercury (which is inherently slow) to direct collection of IR photons. Advances in fabrication also allow millions upon millions of detectors to be packed into… CONTINUE READING

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