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The Development of an Infrared Camera Using Graphene: Achieving Efficient High-Resolution Infrared Images.

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5 Author(s)
King Wai Chiu Lai ; Robotics and Automation Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48823 USA ; Ning Xi ; Hongzhi Chen ; Bo Song
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High-performance quantum infrared cameras are substantially expensive and complicated in comparison to general visible light cameras. Producing a high-resolution infrared camera is especially difficult due to the lack of suitable photon absorption materials in the infrared spectrum and various challenges involved in design, manufacturing, and characterization. Graphene, a novel one atomic-layer-thick carbon material, is a promising building block for the next generation nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices [1]. Graphene exhibits remarkably high conductivity [2], high electron mobility [3], [4], and a unique band structure [5], [6], which allows it to operate as nano infrared detectors [7], [8].

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IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 1 )