Realizing the Switching of Optoelectronic Memory and Ultrafast Detector in Functionalized-Black Phosphorus/MoS2 Heterojunction

Chang Liu, Shuimei Ding, Qianlei Tian, Xitong Hong, Wanhan Su, Lin Tang, Liming Wang, Mingliang Zhang, Xingqiang Liu, Yawei Lv, Johnny C. Ho, Lei Liao, Xuming Zou

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Abstract

A single device with switchable functions is highly attractive to the growing demands of complex optoelectronics. However, most of the currently reported devices either exhibit a lack of multifunction operation or require complex electrode configurations with limited performances. Here, a new concept of a functionalized-black phosphorus (f-BP)/MoS2 heterojunction is proposed, which enables the coexistence of an optoelectronic memory and a detector in a single device. The oxidation-induced artificial-traps on the BP surface result in a gate-modulated photogating effect, so that the device can be freely switched between memory and detector by simply changing the back-gate voltage. In the memory model, the device has an ultra-long storage time (10 years), an ultra-high on/off ratio (3.5 × 107), and outstanding multi-bit storage (≈90 states), while in the detector model, the device still exhibits a fast response (130/260 µs), an impressive responsivity (22.2 A W−1), and self-driven broadband detection (ultraviolet to near-infrared). Most importantly, the highly anisotropic BP enables fast NIR polarization resolution with a maximum polarization ratio of 6.98 at 1064 nm.

Original languageEnglish
JournalLaser and Photonics Reviews
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022
Externally publishedYes

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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