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July 20th, 2004

Silicon-Based Photodetector Is Sensitive To Ultraviolet Light

Abstract:
By depositing thin films of silicon nanoparticles on silicon substrates, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have fabricated a photodetector sensitive to ultraviolet light. Silicon-based ultraviolet sensors could prove very handy in military, security and commercial applications.

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