NewsRemote sensing: Bulk photovoltaic effect exploited in 2-D
trilayered hybrid ferroelectric

5th March 2020by admin0
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Polarized light detection plays an important role in
remote sensing, near-field imaging, communication, and high
resolution detectors. However, it remains a great challenge to
achieve highly polarization-sensitive photodetection with large
polarization ratio base on traditional semiconducting materials due
to the limitation of material/device structural
anisotropy.

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