NewsResearch lays groundwork for ultra-thin, energy efficient
photodetector on glass

2nd November 2020by admin0
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Though we may not always realize it, photodetectors
contribute greatly to the convenience of modern life. Also known as
photosensors, photodetectors convert light energy into electrical
signals to complete tasks such as opening automatic sliding doors
and automatically adjusting a cell phone’s screen brightness in
different lighting conditions.

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