Controlling the electronic state of two-layer molybdenum disulfide in an "origami" manner

Two-dimensional transition metal Dichalcogenide is the most popular two-dimensional QF material. These materials exhibit a honeycomb structure that is similar in appearance to graphene. The adjacent lattice positions are alternately occupied and spin-orbit coupled, which allows them to display a range of unusual physical properties. Molybdenum dioxide is an excellent example. By moving from the multilayered to the monoatomic structure, the energy spectrum of molybdenum dextrose evolved into an indirect and direct band gaps. This has greatly enhanced fluorescence efficiency and cross section light absorption. Molybdenum Sulfide’s new electronic status, the energy quant state, can be described as the internal third degree freedom of electrons following charge and spin. This is a great opportunity to understand and manipulate these innovative quantum phenomena.
Professor Wu Shiwei claims that the basis of this research is the “ultrathin” nature and properties of two-dimensional quantum functional materials. In other words, monoatomic layers are folded in a similar fashion to paper. Thus, a double is created that can’t be produced by epitaxial growth or natural crystallization. Layer structure. This is due to the orientation of folding as well as the location of the fold line. Mollybdenum dioxide “origami” can display a variety of interlayer configurations, which lead to macrostructure symmetry variations and interlayer coupling. This research team utilized a range of experimental techniques including optical depolarization, nonlinear 2H imaging, fluorescence and spectroscopy to analyze the electronic and spatial structure of different types of molybdenum sulfide “origami”.
Studies have demonstrated that the nature molybdenum dishulfide double layers with central inversion insymmetry only has weak energy valley polarization. But, molybdenum discide “origami,” which can also directly disrupt the central disulfide inversion, significantly enhances this effect. Also, changing interlayer co-coupling can have a significant impact on the indirect molybdenum band gap “origami”, and also allow for a “switch in the relationship of the spine to electron spin in “foldingpaper”. Furthermore, the strong spinpolarization of the symmetrical molybdenum desulfide” “origami,” is also retained. This experiment offers an experimental basis for studying and manipulating interactions and the effects of multiple degrees.
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