Two-Dimensional Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides
Phase Engineering and Applications in Electronics and Optoelectronics
1. Auflage Dezember 2023
352 Seiten, Hardcover
3 Abbildungen (2 Farbabbildungen)
An in-depth review introducing the electronic properties of two-dimensional transition-metal dichalcogenides with updates to the phase engineering transition strategies and a diverse range of arising applications.
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Synthesis and Phase Engineering of Low-dimensional TMDs and Related Material Structures
Thermoelectric Properties of Polymorphic 2D-TMDs
Emerging Electronic Properties of Polymorphic 2D-TMDs
Magnetism and Spin Structures of Polymorphic 2D-TMDs
Recent Progress of mechanical exfoliation and the application in the study of 2D materials
Applications of Polymorphic 2D-TMDs
Polymorphic Two-dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: Modern Challenges and Opportunities
Prof. Xinmao Yin is currently a professor at the Physics Department of Shanghai University, China. He received his bachelor's degree in Physics from Zhejiang University and his PhD degree in Physics from the National University of Singapore under the supervision of Prof. Andrew Wee. Thereafter, he continued his research at the National University of Singapore with specific interests on the electronic and spin structures of multiple classes of quantum materials based on a range of optical spectroscopic techniques in different energy regimes. His research also focuses on the governing mechanisms of superconductivity, ferromagnetism, phase transition and other exotic quasi-particle quantum excitations.
Andrew T. S. Wee is a class of '62 Professor of Physics at the National University of Singapore. His research interests are in surface and nanoscale science, scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and synchrotron radiation studies of the molecule-substrate interface, graphene and related 2D materials. He was a Commonwealth Fellow as well as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he received his DPhil (1990). He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Physics (1994) as well as a master's degree from the University of Cambridge. He is an Associate Editor of the journal ACS Nano and serves or has served on several other journal editorial boards.