photoconducting

photoconducting

(ˌfəʊtəʊkənˈdʌktɪŋ)
adj
(General Physics) of or relating to photoconduction
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Phthalocyanines have found high-tech imaging technology like photoconducting agents in laser printers [4].
Mandal, "Studies on new chemically deposited photoconducting antimony trisulphide thin films," Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, vol.
Chattopadhyay, CuBO2: A new photoconducting material, Proceeding of International Conference on Recent Trends in Applied Physics and Material Science, 1536 (2013) 723724.
Other studies showed that alkyl chains with certain structures allowed the formation of "thermotropic" liquid crystalline materials - which have properties between those of hard solids and soft liquids - as well as the formation of materials that were "isotropic" liquids at room temperature and from which photoconducting liquid crystals or gels could be formed.
Liu et al., "Photoconducting response on bending of individual ZnO nanowires," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
Nitsche and Merz [7] have synthesized materials like SbSI, SbSBr, SbSeBr, SbSeI, SbTeI, BiSCl, BiSBr, BiSI, BiSeCl, and BiSeBr and studied their photoconducting properties.
Vardaxoglou, "Frequency and beam reconfigurable antenna using photoconducting switches," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
Silicon solar cell belongs to semicon photoconducting device, sunshine radiation generates electricity.
Pulikkotil, "Photoconducting state and its perturbation by electro- static fields in oxide-based two-dimensional electron gas," Physical Review B, vol.
Other inventions include the electric typewriter, the mainframe, the photoconducting office copier, word processing, the programming language FORTRAN, the scanning tunneling microscope (STM), the web server, the floppy disc, the hard drive, nanotubes, and LASIK surgery.
Not surprisingly, these polymeric materials have been used as antistatic coatings, electrodes, transistors, light-emitting diodes, conducting photoresists, photoconducting cells, etc.