Mutual Photoluminescence Quenching and Photovoltaic Effect in Large-Area Single-Layer MoS2-Polymer Heterojunctions.

@article{Shastry2016MutualPQ,
  title={Mutual Photoluminescence Quenching and Photovoltaic Effect in Large-Area Single-Layer MoS2-Polymer Heterojunctions.},
  author={Tejas A. Shastry and Itamar Balla and Hadallia Bergeron and Samuel H. Amsterdam and Tobin J. Marks and Mark C. Hersam},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2016},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={
          10573-10579
        }
}
Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) have recently attracted attention due to their superlative optical and electronic properties. In particular, their extraordinary optical absorption and semiconducting band gap have enabled demonstrations of photovoltaic response from heterostructures composed of TMDCs and other organic or inorganic materials. However, these early studies were limited to devices at the micrometer scale and/or failed to exploit the unique optical absorption… 
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