What Has Been Achieved:
Deconvoluting the impact of processing on remote epitaxy of 3D materials using graphene as the interface layer.
Importance of the Achievement:
This work provides the first understanding and impact of graphene layer transfer and 2D/3D interface properties on remote epitaxy. It provides an important how-to guide for researchers interested in remote epitaxy regarding the importance of the graphene layer and how it is prepared.
Unique Feature(s) of the MIP that Enabled this Achievement:
Large area epitaxial graphene (2DCC) and synthesis of complex oxides (PARADIM)
ACS Nano 2021, 15, 6, 10587–10596
This work is primarily supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Young Faculty Award (Award No. 029584-00001) and by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) under the Solar Energy Technologies Office (award no. DE-EE0008558). The team at MIT also acknowledges support from the Air Force Research Laboratory (FA9453-18-2-0017 and FA9453-21-C0717) and from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) (Award No. 027049-00001, W. Carters and J. Gimlett). C.D. and J.A.R acknowledge the Penn State 2D Crystal Consortium (2DCC)-Materials Innovation Platform (2DCC-MIP) under NSF cooperative agreement DMR1539916. The work at Cornell University is supported by the National Science Foundation (Platform for the Accelerated Realization, Analysis and Discovery of Interface Materials (PARADIM)) under Cooperative Agreement No. DMR1539918.
Credits/Names: H. Kim, K. Lu, Y. Liu, H.S. Kum, K.S. Kim, K. Qiao, S.-H. Bae, S. Lee, Y.J. Ji, K.H. Kim, H. Paik, S. Xie, H. Shin, C. Choi, J.H. Le, C. Dong, J.A. Robinson (2DCC), J.-H. Lee, J.-H. Ahn, G.Y. Yeom, D.G. Schlom (PARADIM), J. Kim (MIT)
Download PDF Version: 1539916_2DCCMIP_2021_RemoteEpitaxy3DSemiconductorsAndOxides.pdf
Year of Research Highlight: 2021
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