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Silicon p-i-n junction fibers

He, Rongrui, Day, Todd D., Krishnamurthi, Mahesh, Sparks, Justin R., Sazio, Pier J.A., Gopalan, Venkatraman and Badding, John V. (2012) Silicon p-i-n junction fibers Advanced Materials, 25, (10), pp. 1461-1467. (doi:10.1002/adma.201203879).

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Conventional wafer-based microelectronics are typically fabricated on a length scale of millimeters to centimeters on rigid substrates. Extending electronic function to longer length scales and more flexible forms has long been of interest for a wide range of application areas such as power generation, chemical sensing, foldable displays, and biomedical devices (e.g., epidermal electronics). 1D fibers are now emerging as flexible structures that can allow electronic function to be exploited over length scales from meters to even kilometers, and can also be configured into large 2D woven structures and 2D and 3D arrays. These fibers are further extending the scope of the field to applications such as 3D photodetectors, imaging fabrics, and telecommunications, with many more applications possible with further improvements in electronic fiber device performance

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Published date: 4 December 2012
Keywords: silicon, fibers, junctions, solar cells, optoelectronics
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre


Local EPrints ID: 349395
ISSN: 1521-4095
PURE UUID: 4960ddcf-6d7f-4a6d-bb48-7a413c7569c5
ORCID for Pier J.A. Sazio: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 04 Mar 2013 10:52
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 04:42

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Author: Rongrui He
Author: Todd D. Day
Author: Mahesh Krishnamurthi
Author: Justin R. Sparks
Author: Pier J.A. Sazio ORCID iD
Author: Venkatraman Gopalan
Author: John V. Badding

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