NewsNew study presents tip-induced nano-engineering of strain,
bandgap, and exciton funneling in 2D semiconductors

9th June 2021by admin0
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A research team, led by Professor Kyoung-Duck Park in
the Department of Physics at UNIST has succeeded in investigating
and controlling the physical properties of naturally-formed
nanoscale wrinkles in two-dimensional (2D) semiconductors. This is
thanks to their previously-developed hyperspectral adaptive
tip-enhanced photoluminescence (a-TEPL) spectroscopy. This will be
a major step forward in developing paper-thin, ultra-flexible
displays.

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