Hybrid dual-channel phototransistor based on 1D t-Se and 2D ReS2 mixed-dimensional heterostructures
van der Waals heterostructures, ReS2, trigonal selenium (t-Se) nanobelt, phototransistor
The combination of mixed-dimensional semiconducting materials can provide additional freedom to construct integrated nanoscale electronic and optoelectronic devices with diverse functionalities. In this work, we report a high-performance dual-channel phototransistor based on one-dimensional (1D)/two-dimensional (2D) trigonal selenium (t-Se)/ReS2 heterostructures grown by chemical vapor deposition. The injection and separation efficiency of photogenerated electron–hole pairs can be greatly improved due to the high-quality interfacial contact between t-Se nanobelts and ReS2 films. Compared with bare ReS2 film devices, the dual-channel phototransistor based on t-Se/ReS2 heterostructure exhibits considerable enhancement with the responsivity (R) and detectivity (D*) up to 98 A·W–1 and 6 × 1010 Jones at 400 nm illumination with an intensity of 1.7 mW·cm−2, respectively. Besides, the response time can also be reduced by three times of magnitude to less than 50 ms due to the type-II band alignment at the interface. This study opens up a promising avenue for high-performance photodetectors by constructing mixed-dimensional heterostructures.
Tsinghua University Press
Jingkai Qin,Hang Yan,Gang Qiu,Mengwei Si,Peng Miao,Yuqin Duan,Wenzhu Shao,Liang Zhen,Chengyan Xu,Peide D Ye, Hybrid dual-channel phototransistor based on 1D t-Se and 2D ReS2 mixed-dimensional heterostructures. NanoRes.2019, 12(3): 669–674