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Heterojunction or composite?

by r.sahebi
Tags: composite, heterojunction
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r.sahebi
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Nov28-13, 03:27 AM
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Hi
If we fabricate a heterojunction from TiO[2] and lead phthalocyanine (PbPc is an organic semiconductor) by thermal evaporation technique (first a thin film of TiO[2] deposited on a substrate and then a thin film of PbPc) we just have a p-n heterojunction...

I read a paper that have studied this heterojunction and introduced it as a composite

Do the author's claim is incorrect?
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