Charge Mobility and Strain Engineering in Two-Step MS-Grown MoS2/Seed Layer Heterointerface and Photo-Excitation Mechanism

ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES(2023)

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Two-dimensional (2D) materials have potential application and wide development prospects in photoelectron and spintronic devices. However, the properties of different growth conditions are challenging to study in the future. This, in turn, hinders further research into 2D materials and the manufacture of high quality devices. A comprehensive understanding of the ultrafast laser spectroscopy and dynamics that take into account the substrate-transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD) interaction is lacking. Here, the strain effect is elucidated by systematically investigating the interfacial interaction between different substrates and MoS2. The strain and interface engineering of MoS2/seeds layer heterointerface and light-matter coupling are discussed in the Raman and photoluminescence spectra. The dramatic enhanced PL originates from the phase transition of MoS2 on different substrates and electron-hole pairs dissociated by exciton screening effect. Finite-difference time-domain simulation confirmed that the electric field, magnetic field, and polarization field of the heterojunction system changed after the strain was applied. In addition, based on the dependence of physical parameters of MoS2, the relative numerical changes of physical parameters of MoS2 films on different substrates as well as the photoelectric transfer, strain, and charge doping levels on the surface or interface will provide a direction for optimizing the selection of various devices.
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2D materials, strain and interface engineering, photoluminescence, Raman spectroscopy, nonlinear optic, light-matter coupling
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