A scalable method, developed at Ohio University, for producing 2D materials results in self-contacted as-grown device structures in a single step. Directly grown photosensitive devices, based on the 2D semiconducting material molybdenum disulphide, are characterized and show excellent optical and electronic properties, demonstrating the feasibility and potential of this process.[ Ow.ly Link...
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As-grown two-dimensional MoS2 based photodetectors with naturally formed contacts: Applied Physics Letters: Vol 110, No 26