Nano-Micro Letters

Two-Dimensional Materials in Large-Areas: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

Ali Zavabeti1, 2, 3, *, Azmira Jannat3, Li Zhong1, 3,  Azhar Ali Haidry1, Zhengjun Yao1,  Jian Zhen Ou3, *

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Nano-Micro Lett. (2020) 12: 66

First Online: 28 February 2020 (Review)

DOI:10.1007/s40820-020-0402-x

*Corresponding author. E-mail: ali.zavabeti@nuaa.edu.cn (Ali Zavabeti), Jianzhen.ou@rmit.edu.au (Jian Zhen Ou)

 

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Large area and high-quality two-dimensional crystals are the basis for the development of the next-generation electronic and optical devices. The synthesis of two-dimensional materials in wafer scales is the first critical step for future technology uptake by the industries; however, currently presented as a significant challenge. Substantial efforts have been devoted to producing atomically thin two-dimensional materials with large lateral dimensions, controllable and uniform thicknesses, large crystal domains and minimum defects. In this review, recent advances in synthetic routes to obtain high-quality two-dimensional crystals with lateral sizes exceeding a hundred micrometres are outlined. Applications of the achieved large area two-dimensional crystals in electronics and optoelectronics are summarised and advantageous and disadvantageous of each approach considering ease of the synthesis, defects, grain sizes, and uniformity are discussed. 


 

Keywords

Large-area two-dimensional materials; Electronics; Optoelectronics; Large-area synthesis; Defect engineering

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