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Visualizing band structure hybridization and superlattice effects in twisted MoS$_2$/WS$_2$ heterobilayers

  title={Visualizing band structure hybridization and superlattice effects in twisted MoS\$\_2\$/WS\$\_2\$ heterobilayers},
  author={Alfred J H Jones and Ryan Muzzio and Sahar Pakdel and Deepnarayan Biswas and Davide Curcio and Nicola Lanat{\`a} and Philip Hofmann and Kathleen M. McCreary and Berend T. Jonker and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi and Simranjeet Singh and Roland J. Koch and Chris Jozwiak and Eli Rotenberg and Aaron Bostwick and Jill A. Miwa and Jyoti Katoch and S{\o}ren Ulstrup},
A mismatch of atomic registries between single-layer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) in a two dimensional van der Waals heterostructure produces a moiré superlattice with a periodic potential, which can be fine-tuned by introducing a twist angle between the materials. This approach is promising both for controlling the interactions between the TMDs and for engineering their electronic band structures, yet direct observation of the changes to the electronic structure introduced with… Expand


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