Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202104265
Title: Tunable 2D Group-III Metal Alloys
Authors: Rajabpour, S
Vera, A
He, W
Katz, BN
Koch, RJ
Lassaunière, M
Chen, X
Li, C
Nisi, K
El-Sherif, H
Wetherington, MT
Dong, C
Bostwick, A
Jozwiak, C
van Duin, ACT
Bassim, N
Zhu, J
Wang, GC
Wurstbauer, U
Rotenberg, E
Crespi, V
Quek, SY 
Robinson, JA
Keywords: 2D materials
optical properties
superconductivity
tunable properties
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2021
Publisher: Wiley
Citation: Rajabpour, S, Vera, A, He, W, Katz, BN, Koch, RJ, Lassaunière, M, Chen, X, Li, C, Nisi, K, El-Sherif, H, Wetherington, MT, Dong, C, Bostwick, A, Jozwiak, C, van Duin, ACT, Bassim, N, Zhu, J, Wang, GC, Wurstbauer, U, Rotenberg, E, Crespi, V, Quek, SY, Robinson, JA (2021-11-01). Tunable 2D Group-III Metal Alloys. Advanced Materials 33 (44) : e2104265-. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202104265
Abstract: Chemically stable quantum-confined 2D metals are of interest in next-generation nanoscale quantum devices. Bottom-up design and synthesis of such metals could enable the creation of materials with tailored, on-demand, electronic and optical properties for applications that utilize tunable plasmonic coupling, optical nonlinearity, epsilon-near-zero behavior, or wavelength-specific light trapping. In this work, it is demonstrated that the electronic, superconducting, and optical properties of air-stable 2D metals can be controllably tuned by the formation of alloys. Environmentally robust large-area 2D-InxGa1−x alloys are synthesized byConfinement Heteroepitaxy (CHet). Near-complete solid solubility is achieved with no evidence of phase segregation, and the composition is tunable over the full range of x by changing the relative elemental composition of the precursor. The optical and electronic properties directly correlate with alloy composition, wherein the dielectric function, band structure, superconductivity, and charge transfer from the metal to graphene are all controlled by the indium/gallium ratio in the 2D metal layer.
Source Title: Advanced Materials
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/228926
ISSN: 09359648
15214095
DOI: 10.1002/adma.202104265
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