Journal article

Two-Step Synthesis of Large-Area 2D Bi2S3 Nanosheets Featuring High In-Plane Anisotropy

KA Messalea, A Zavabeti, M Mohiuddin, N Syed, A Jannat, P Atkin, T Ahmed, S Walia, CF McConville, K Kalantar-Zadeh, N Mahmood, K Khoshmanesh, T Daeneke

Advanced Materials Interfaces | Wiley | Published : 2020


2D materials with high in-plane anisotropy are rapidly emerging as a tantalizing class of nanomaterials with promising applications in nanoelectronics and optoelectronics since they provide an additional degree of freedom that can be exploited in device design. The large-area synthesis of such materials remains however challenging since the anisotropic crystal structure renders identifying a suitable growth substrate to be difficult, while the nanosheets are usually too fragile for the exfoliation and transfer of macroscopic sheets. This work reports the scalable synthesis of highly crystalline, large-area 2D Bi2S3 nanosheets using a novel liquid-metal-based synthesis approach. Ultrathin bis..

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Funding Acknowledgements

The authors are grateful for access to the facilities and scientific and technical assistance of the RMIT Microscopy and Microanalysis Facility (RMMF) and the RMIT Micro Nano Research Facility (MNRF). The authors would also like to thank the Australian Research Council, Centre of Excellence for Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET-CE170100039) for financial support. T.D. acknowledges funds received for the ARC DECRA Project DE190100100. K.A.M., K.K., and K.K.-Z. acknowledge the Australian Research Council for financial support under Discovery Project DP170102138.