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Photovoltaic devices based on nanotechnology have attracted much attention because of their great potential for application in electronic and energy fields. Here, a photovoltaic device based on a high-work-function metal/single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT)/low-work-function metal hybrid junction was investigated. In the device, asymmetric metal electrodes (palladium and aluminum) were fabricated on opposite ends of a single semiconducting SWNT, which was used as the photosensitive material.doi:10.1038/am.2015.112 fatcat:edrgcw6tdzfhhmqwfbzig4kgue