Designing and Modelling of Nanostructures for Plasmonically Enhanced Hot-Electron Devices
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Plasmonically Enhanced Hot-Electron (PEH) devices are a new category of optoelectronic devices based on the excitation of hot electrons over a metal-semiconductor junction. Due to their spectral tunability, PEH devices have attracted interest for applications such as tailored photodetection, solar energy conversion, photocatalysis and water splitting. The efficiency of PEH devices depends on the absorption of incident photons in metal nanostructures, generation of hot-electrons and...[Show more]
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