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학술지 Surface Plasmon Resonance-Enhanced Near-Infrared Absorption in Single-Layer MoS2 with Vertically Aligned Nanoflakes
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ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, v.12 no.12, pp.14476-14483
American Chemical Society (ACS)
19JB1200, 자유곡면상 가시광 무반사 원천기술 개발, 최춘기
The development of MoS2 with two- or three-dimensional heterostructures can provide a significant breakthrough for the enhancement of photodetection abilities such as increase in light absorption and expanding the detection ranges. Till date, although the synthesis of a MoS2 layer with three-dimensional nanostructures using a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process has been successfully demonstrated, most studies have concentrated on electrochemical applications that utilize structural strengths, for example, a large specific surface area and electrochemically active sites. Here, for the first time, we report spectral light absorption induced by plasmon resonances in single-layer MoS2 (SL-MoS2) with vertically aligned nanoflakes grown by a CVD process. Treatment with oxygen plasma results in the formation of a substoichiometric phase of MoOx in the vertical nanoflakes, which exhibit a high electron density of 4.5 × 1013 cm-2. The substoichiometric MoOx with a high electron-doping level that is locally present on the SL-MoS2 surface induces an absorption band in the near-infrared (NIR) wavelength range of 1000-1750 nm because of the plasmon resonances. Finally, we demonstrate the enhancement of photodetection ability by broadening the detection range from the visible region to the NIR region in oxygen-treated SL-MoS2 with vertically aligned nanoflakes.
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Absorption band, Active sites, CVD process, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Electrochemical applications, Electron-doping, High electron, Light absorption, Near-Infrared(NIR), Spectral light, Surface Plasmon resonance