Observation of Wigner crystal phase and ripplon-limited mobility behavior in monolayer CVD MoS with grain boundary.

Citation data:

Nanotechnology, ISSN: 1361-6528, Vol: 29, Issue: 22, Page: 225707

Publication Year:
2018
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Repository URL:
http://hdl.handle.net/10754/627333
PMID:
29528843
DOI:
10.1088/1361-6528/aab5ff
Author(s):
Chen, Jyun-Hong; Zhong, Yuan-Liang; Li, Lain-Jong; Chen, Chii-Dong
Publisher(s):
IOP Publishing
Tags:
Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Materials Science; Engineering; Two-dimensional materials; metal transition dichalcogenide; MoS2; field effect transistor; mobility; ripplon; Wigner crystal
article description
Two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) is crucial in condensed matter physics and is present on the surface of liquid helium and at the interface of semiconductors. Monolayer MoS of 2D materials also contains 2DEG in an atomic layer as a field effect transistor (FET) ultrathin channel. In this study, we synthesized double triangular MoS through a chemical vapor deposition method to obtain grain boundaries for forming a ripple structure in the FET channel. When the temperature was higher than approximately 175 K, the temperature dependence of the electron mobility μ was consistent with those in previous experiments and theoretical predictions. When the temperature was lower than approximately 175 K, the mobility behavior decreased with the temperature; this finding was also consistent with that of the previous experiments. We are the first research group to explain the decreasing mobility behavior by using the Wigner crystal phase and to discover the temperature independence of ripplon-limited mobility behavior at lower temperatures. Although these mobility behaviors have been studied on the surface of liquid helium through theories and experiments, they have not been previously analyzed in 2D materials and semiconductors. We are the first research group to report the similar temperature-dependent mobility behavior of the surface of liquid helium and the monolayer MoS.