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BPN832: Gold-Mediated Exfoliation of Ultralarge Optoelectronically-Perfect Monolayers

Project ID BPN832
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Start Date Mon 2016-Aug-01 14:48:32
Last Updated Mon 2016-Sep-12 16:47:35
Abstract Gold-mediated exfoliation of ultralarge optoelectronically perfect monolayers with lateral dimensions up to ≈500 μm is reported. Electrical, optical, and X-ray photo­electron spectroscopy characterization show that the quality of the gold- exfoliated flakes is similar to that of tape- exfoliated flakes. Large-area flakes allow manufacturing of large-area mono­layer transition metal dichalcogenide electronics. Further work involves automating and mechanizing the transfer process for more controlled exfoliation and transfer of TMDC monolayers onto desired substrates.
Status New
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area NanoTechnology: Materials, Processes & Devices
Researcher(s) Sujay B. Desai, Mark Hettick
Advisor(s) Ali Javey
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