Enhanced Trion Emission in Monolayer MoSe 2 by Constructing a Type‐I Van Der Waals Heterostructure

  title={Enhanced Trion Emission in Monolayer MoSe
 by Constructing a Type‐I Van Der Waals Heterostructure},
  author={Juanmei Duan and Phanish Chava and Mahdi Ghorbani-Asl and Denise Erb and Liang Hu and Arkady V. Krasheninnikov and Harald Schneider and L. Rebohle and Artur Erbe and Manfred Helm and Yu‐Jia Zeng and Shengqiang Zhou and Slawomir Prucnal},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
Trions, quasi-particles consisting of two electrons combined with one hole or of two holes with one electron, have recently been observed in transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) and drawn increasing attention due to potential applications of these materials in light-emitting diodes, valleytronic devices as well as for being a testbed for understanding many-body phenomena. Therefore, it is important to enhance the trion emission and its stability. In this study, we construct a MoSe2/FePS3… Expand

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