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Diagnosing of the interface quality and the interactions between insulators and semiconductors is significant to achieve the high performance of nanodevices. Herein, low-frequency noise (LFN) in mechanically exfoliated multilayer molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) (~11.3 nm-thick) field-effect transistors with back-gate control was characterized with and without(More)
This paper introduces a simple portable dual analyzer which allows real-time ac-impedance measurements and noise spectroscopic analysis simultaneously, employing one or two data acquisition systems together with a low noise current-to-voltage preamplifier. The input signal composed of numerous selected frequencies of sinusoidal voltages with a dc bias was(More)
Although monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) exhibit superior optical and electrical characteristics, their use in digital switching devices is limited by incomplete understanding of the metal contact. Comparative studies of Au top and edge contacts with monolayer MoS2 reveal a temperature-dependent ideality factor and Schottky barrier height(More)
As the thickness becomes thinner, the importance of Coulomb scattering in two-dimensional layered materials increases because of the close proximity between channel and interfacial layer and the reduced screening effects. The Coulomb scattering in the channel is usually obscured mainly by the Schottky barrier at the contact in the noise measurements. Here,(More)
In this work, graphene field effect transistors (FETs) were fabricated on a trench structure made by carbonized poly(methylmethacrylate) to modify the graphene surface. The trench-structured devices showed different characteristics depending on the channel orientation and the pitch size of the trenches as well as channel area in the FETs. Periodic(More)
The controllability and stability of nanowire transistor characteristics are essential for the development of low-noise and fast-switching nano-electronic devices. In this study, the positive shift of threshold voltage and the improvement of interface quality on In2O3 nanowire transistors were simultaneously achieved by using octadecylphosphonic acid(More)
A graphene Hall element (GHE) is an optimal system for a magnetic sensor because of its perfect two-dimensional (2-D) structure, high carrier mobility, and widely tunable carrier concentration. Even though several proof-of-concept devices have been proposed, manufacturing them by mechanical exfoliation of 2-D material or electron-beam lithography is of(More)