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Ultrahigh Responsivity Photodetectors of Two-dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks Integrated on Graphene

  title={Ultrahigh Responsivity Photodetectors of Two-dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks Integrated on Graphene},
  author={Yifeng Xiong and Qiaobo Liao and Zhengping Huang and Xin Huang and Can Ke and Heng-Tian Zhu and Chenyu Dong and Haoshang Wang and Kai Xi and Peng Zhan and Fei Xu and Yan-qing Lu},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
Two dimensional (2D) materials exhibit superior properties in electronic and optoelectronic fields. The wide demand for high performance optoelectronic devices promotes the exploration of diversified 2D materials. Recently, 2D covalent organic frameworks (COFs) have emerged as next-generation layered materials with predesigned pi electronic skeletons and highly ordered topological structures, which are promising for tailoring their optoelectronic properties. However, COFs are usually produced… 
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