Scientists create faster, more sensitive photodetector by tricking graphene
from University of Maryland via PhysOrg
Researchers have developed a new type of hot-electron bolometer, a sensitive detector of infrared light, that can be used in a huge range of applications from detection of chemical and biochemical weapons from a distance and use in security imaging technologies such as airport body scanners to chemical analysis in the laboratory and studying the structure of the universe through improved telescopes.
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