Nanophotonics: Optoelectronic Devices Based on Hybrid Quantum Dots and Carbon Nanomaterials
- Nanophotonics: Optoelectronic Devices Based on Hybrid Quantum Dots and Carbon Nanomaterials
- 손동익; 심재호; 이규승
- Nanophotonics; Optoelectronic Devices; Hybrid; Quantum Dots; Carbon Nanomaterials
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- AAPPS Bulletin
- VOL 25, NO 5
- Since its discovery, carbon nanomaterials including carbon nanotube (CNT), fullerene (C60), and graphene have shown promise as the material of choice for the next generation of electronic devices due to its particular electrical and mechanic properties. With the excellent merging of photonics and nanotechnology from hybrid semiconductor quantum dots and carbon nanomaterials,
nanophotonics has developed into one of the most active research areas in recent years. This review focuses on the current status of optoelectronic devices and the potential for practical applications.
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