Large-Area Electrodeposition of Few-Layer MoS2 on Graphene for 2D Material Heterostructures.

@article{Noori2020LargeAreaEO,
  title={Large-Area Electrodeposition of Few-Layer MoS2 on Graphene for 2D Material Heterostructures.},
  author={Yasir J Noori and Shibin Thomas and Sami Ramadan and Danielle E. Smith and Victoria K. Greenacre and Nema M. Abdelazim and Yisong Han and Richard Beanland and Andrew L. Hector and Norbert Klein and Gillian Reid and Philip N Bartlett and C H Kees de Groot},
  journal={ACS applied materials \& interfaces},
  year={2020}
}
Heterostructures involving two-dimensional (2D) transition metal dichalcogenides and other materials such as graphene have a strong potential to be the fundamental building block of many electronic and optoelectronic applications. The integration and scalable fabrication of such heterostructures are of the essence in unleashing the potential of these materials in new technologies. For the first time, we demonstrate the growth of few-layer MoS2 films on graphene via nonaqueous electrodeposition… Expand
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