Dual gate black phosphorus velocity modulated transistor

  title={Dual gate black phosphorus velocity modulated transistor},
  author={Vahid Tayari and N. Hemsworth and Olivier Cyr-Choiniere and W. Harry Dickerson and Guillaume Gervais and Thomas Szkopek},
The layered semiconductor black phosphorus has attracted attention as a 2D atomic crystal that can be prepared in ultra-thin layers for operation as field effect transistors [1–3]. Despite the susceptibility of black phosphorus to photo-oxidation [4], improvements to the electronic quality of black phosphorus devices has culminated in the observation of the quantum Hall effect [5]. In this work, we demonstrate the room temperature operation of a dual gated black phosphorus transistor operating… 
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