Vyacheslav Diev - Porphyrin-Tape/C60 Organic Photodetectors with 6.5% External Quantum Efficiency in the Near Infrared

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  Adv.   Mater.   2010, 22, 2780-2783


  Porphyrin tape mols. are promising for use in NIR photodetector   applications. By extending the conjugation length in this broad   class of materials, the absorption is extended from the near   visible to deep into the NIR. The detector performance is   influenced by the functionalizing substituent mol. that, in turn,   affects the film crystal structure and morphol. Detectors based   on 1 particular porphyrin, have a peak EQE = 6.5

  % , D* = (2.3 α 0.1) x 101° Jones, and a response time of T =   2.12 α 0.02 ns at A = 1350 nm.

  Address (URL): http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.200904341/abstract