Functional devices of 2D materials
The emerging two-dimensional (2D)-layered materials have shown considerable potential for designing next-generation integrated electronic and optoelectronic systems, due to their many unique physical and structural properties. In particularly, many of the most important phenomena, such as topological superconductivity, ferromagnetic, quantum hall effect and charge density wave et al. can be presented beyond the ordinary perspective at two dimensional scale. Furthermore, using 2D materials in flexible electronic device to monitoring physical dynamic of body is imperative in the future application.
Here, through chemical vapor deposition or chemical vapor transport method, novel 2D materials or heterostructures are prepared to research ferromagnetic et al. properties. And physical or chemical method was used to regulate or modify 2D materials to manipulate the electronic and optical properties at the limit of single atom thickness and open up vast opportunities for potential applications in novel device concepts.