Fast-response photonic device based on organic-crystal heterojunctions assembled into a vertical-yet-open asymmetric architecture.

Our group was involved in collaboration to investigate fast photocurrent transients of crystalline dioctyl‐3,4,9,10‐perylenedicarboximide nanowires and 6,13‐bis(triisopropylsilylethynyl) pentacene microplates , which were integrated into a vertical‐yet‐open asymmetrical heterojunction for the realization of a high‐performance organic photovoltaic detector, which shows fast photoresponse, ultrahigh signal‐to‐noise ratio, and high sensitivity to weak light. More of this interesting research can be found in Advanced Materials.

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