2021
DOI: 10.1002/adpr.202000180
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Abstract: Monolayer, few‐layer, and thin‐film MoS2 is synthesized using chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and thermal vapor sulfurization (TVS) methods. The complex refractive index of these samples is assessed using variable angle spectroscopic ellipsometry (VASE) measurements over a broad spectral range between 190 and 1700 nm. The ellipsometry data are sensitive to birefringence effects in the thickest thin‐film sample. These birefringence effects are investigated, and an analysis method is developed to extract the in‐… Show more

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“…Details on the film growth and characterization are published in our previous report. 13 The measured mobility of the films used in this work is 1–3 cm 2 V -1 s -1 , as also shown in section S1 . To complete the fabrication of these 2D PV devices, these MoS 2 monolayers are transferred 14 onto the metal contacts as illustrated in Figure 1 a.…”
Section: Experimental and Computational Methodssupporting
confidence: 55%
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“…Details on the film growth and characterization are published in our previous report. 13 The measured mobility of the films used in this work is 1–3 cm 2 V -1 s -1 , as also shown in section S1 . To complete the fabrication of these 2D PV devices, these MoS 2 monolayers are transferred 14 onto the metal contacts as illustrated in Figure 1 a.…”
Section: Experimental and Computational Methodssupporting
confidence: 55%
“…The complex refractive index for monolayer MoS 2 is measured and published in our previous report. 13 Equation 3 shows the photon flux that is used to calculate the photogeneration. Here, z is the depth into the device while the lateral junction is formed in the x – y plane between the contacts; given the monolayer thickness of the device, the generation profile is constant in z .…”
Section: Experimental and Computational Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As mentioned, we chose to report both the evaluation of RI from the nonmagnetic environment of the MoS 2 QDs—which neglects the effect of spin polarization—and the outcome of Equation (1) when spin‐up and spin‐down contributions are included. As a reference, we can make a comparison with the RI measured in the case of a pristine MoS 2 ML for both photon energies reported in Islam et al [ 61 ] (see the final row of Table 1 there. The static value is, actually, inferred from the long wavelength limit in Figure 5, ibidem).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…For comparison, calculated structural results and experimental refractive index values (estimated, ref. [61]) in pristine MoS 2 ML are included. Ref.…”
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