Creation of a Tunable Diode Based on Nanotubes with an Ion Gate

Author(s) M. Veano1, St , Hilms2, M. Orlova3, S. Didenko3, О. Rabinovich3, A. Panichkin3, I. Ermanova3, D. Tatarinov3, P. Gostishchev3, D. Saranin3
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1 University of Illinois at Chicago, 1855 W. Taylor Str. M/C 648, 60612 Chicago, IL, USA

2 Viterbi School of Engineering, 952 Commercial Str., Palo Alto, 94303 CA, USA

3 NUST “MISiS”, 4, Leninskiy Prosp., 119040 Moscow, Russia

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Issue Volume 9, Year 2017, Number 6
Dates Received 26 September 2017; published online 24 November 2017
Citation M. Veano, St, Hilms, M. Orlova, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 9 No 6, 06026 (2017)
DOI 10.21272/jnep.9(6).06026
PACS Number(s) 00.05.Tp, 85.60.Jb
Key words Photodetector (7) , Nanotube (23) , Nanoheterostructure (2) , Photovoltaic (11) .
Annotation The new concept of an electronic tunable device based on nanostructured materials is suggested. A tunable organic diode is represented by the example of a vertical architecture with a polymer layer of poly-3 hexylthiophene-P3HT and an upper carbon electrode whose properties vary in a wide range when it is doped in a double electric layer in an ionic liquid. Two types of ionic liquids with different ion sizes and different breakdown voltages are used. It is shown that diode based on nanotubes plus organic can be used for photodetectors and in photovoltaic elements

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