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New properties with old materials: Layered black phosphorous

New properties with old materials: Layered black phosphorous
Layered black phosphorous (BP), its tunable direct bandgap, higher carrier mobility and unique in-plane anisotropy, enables it to a promising candidate in design and optimization of electronics and optoelectronic devices with excellent performance. Although recent studies and perspectives aim at bringing this material to a level of maturity, the lack of wafer scale production and the surface reactivity of BP hindered a fully industrial processes. Here, we addressed the probable solutions to overcome these challenges black phosphorous was facing.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S1748013216300482

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