Fabrication and Characterization of Hybrid Photosensitive Protein/Conducting Polymer Devices for Optical Sensing

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  • The DC, light intensity and frequency response of a bR/PEDOT:PSS interfaced organic optoelectronic lateral device was studied. The processing steps required for the formation of such device, as well as alternative processing methods for PEDOT:PSS were presented as well. A measurable output of the device when irradiated with light of different wavelengths was obtained, as well as relationships between light intensity and photoresponse of the device via resistance measurements. Finally, the indirect measurement of resistance change due to modulation frequency of the incident light was obtained.

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  • 2017


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