1Introduction to Organic–Inorganic Heterojunction

Kui Zhou and Ye Zhou

Heterojunction is a structure formed by combining two different semiconductor materials together, which is an important material foundation for modern electronics and optoelectronics. Combining two or more materials with different original interfaces to form a heterojunction is critical to the design and manufacture of functional devices, so the research of heterojunctions has also become an important subject in the field of materials [1,2].

As early as 1951, A. I. Gubanov [3,4] performed a theoretical analysis of heterojunctions, but it was limited to the difficulty of heterojunction growth technology. In 1960, Anderson [5] made high-quality heterostructures junction ...

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