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Asymmetry allows photocurrent in intrinsic graphene

The asymmetry of electron–hole diffusion velocities in intrinsic graphene can give rise to efficient photocurrent generation.

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Fig. 1: Photocurrent generation from velocity asymmetry of electron and hole pairs in intrinsic graphene.

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Yin, J., Peng, H. Asymmetry allows photocurrent in intrinsic graphene. Nature Nanotech 14, 105–106 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-019-0368-3

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