Unlocking Efficient Light-Energy Conversion with Stable Coordination Nanosheets

Scientists from Japan and Taiwan designed a nanosheet material using iron and benzenehexathiol that made for a high-performance self-powered UV photodetector with a record current stability after 60 days of air exposure
Formation of FeBHT complex-based CONASH at the liquid-liquid interface and its long-term stability as a photodetector | Image courtesy: Hiroshi Nishihara from Tokyo University of Science

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