Multifunctional Lateral Transition‐Metal Disulfides Heterojunctions

@article{An2020MultifunctionalLT,
  title={Multifunctional Lateral Transition‐Metal Disulfides Heterojunctions},
  author={Yipeng An and Yusheng Hou and Kun Wang and Shijing Gong and Chunlan Ma and Chuanxi Zhao and Tianxing Wang and Zhaoyong Jiao and Heyan Wang and Ruqian Wu},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
  year={2020}
}
The intrinsic spin-dependent transport properties of two types of lateral VS2|MoS2 heterojunctions are systematically investigated using first-principles calculations, and their various nanodevices with novel properties are designed. The lateral VS2|MoS2 heterojunction diodes show a perfect rectifying effect and are promising for the applications of Schottky diodes. A large spin-polarization ratio is observed for the A-type device and pure spin-mediated current is then realized. The gate… 

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