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Toward Ultrahigh Red Light Responsive Organic FETs Utilizing Neodymium Phthalocyanine as Light Sensitive Material
Sun, L.; Y. Li; Q. Ren; W. L. Lv; J. P. Zhang; X. Luo; F. Y. Zhao; Z. Chen; Z. W. Wen; J. K. Zhong; Y. Q. Peng and X. Y. Liu
2016
Source PublicationIeee Transactions on Electron Devices
Volume63Issue:1
AbstractA cooled long-wave infrared push-broom imaging spectrometer with an F-number of 2 was designed based on the Dyson configuration. A three-mirror off-axis aspherical optical system that provided excellent slit-shaped images was selected as the fore telescope objective. The re-imaging method was applied to obtain a cold stop efficiency of 100%, and the corrector lens in traditional Dyson imaging spectrometers was replaced with re-imaging lenses to correct spherical aberrations. The designed imaging spectrometer provided a spectral resolution of 25 nm at a range of 8-12 mu m and possessed a relatively small volume. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Language英语
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Identifierhttp://ir.ciomp.ac.cn/handle/181722/57194
Collection中科院长春光机所知识产出
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Sun, L.,Y. Li,Q. Ren,et al. Toward Ultrahigh Red Light Responsive Organic FETs Utilizing Neodymium Phthalocyanine as Light Sensitive Material[J]. Ieee Transactions on Electron Devices,2016,63(1).
APA Sun, L..,Y. Li.,Q. Ren.,W. L. Lv.,J. P. Zhang.,...&Y. Q. Peng and X. Y. Liu.(2016).Toward Ultrahigh Red Light Responsive Organic FETs Utilizing Neodymium Phthalocyanine as Light Sensitive Material.Ieee Transactions on Electron Devices,63(1).
MLA Sun, L.,et al."Toward Ultrahigh Red Light Responsive Organic FETs Utilizing Neodymium Phthalocyanine as Light Sensitive Material".Ieee Transactions on Electron Devices 63.1(2016).
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