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Title: Space‐confined microwave synthesis of ternary‐layered BiOCl crystals with high‐performance ultraviolet photodetection
Authors: Kang, Lixing
Yu, Xuechao
Zhao, Xiaoxu
Ouyang, Qingling
Di, Jun
Xu, Manzhang
Tian, Dan
Gan, Weiliang
Ang, Calvin Ching Ian
Ning, Shoucong
Fu, Qundong
Zhou, Jiadong
Kutty, Rajendrannair Govindan
Deng, Ya
Song, Pin
Zeng, Qingsheng
Pennycook, Stephen J.
Shen, Jun
Yong, Ken-Tye
Liu, Zheng
Keywords: Engineering::Materials::Functional materials
Issue Date: 2019
Source: Kang, L., Yu, X., Zhao, X., Ouyang, Q., Di, J., Xu, M., . . . Liu, Z. (2020). Space‐confined microwave synthesis of ternary‐layered BiOCl crystals with high‐performance ultraviolet photodetection. InfoMat, 2(3), 593-600. doi:10.1002/inf2.12033
Journal: InfoMat
Abstract: In recent years, two‐dimensional (2D) ternary materials have attracted wide attention due to their novel properties which can be achieved by regulating their chemical composition with a very great degree of freedom and adjustable space. However, as for the precise synthesis of 2D ternary materials, great challenges still lie ahead that hinder their further development. In this work, we demonstrated a simple and reliable approach to synthesize 2D ternary‐layered BiOCl crystals through a microwave‐assisted space‐confined process in a short time (<3 minutes). Their ultraviolet (UV) detection performance was analyzed systematically. The photodetectors based on the as‐obtained BiOCl platelets demonstrate high sensitivity to 266‐nm laser illumination. The responsivity is calculated to be ∼8 A/W and the response time is up to be ∼18 ps. On the other hand, the device is quite stable after being exposed in the ambient air within 3 weeks and the response is almost unchanged during the measurement. The facile and fast synthesis of single crystalline BiOCl platelets and its high sensitivity to UV light irradiation indicate the potential optoelectronic applications of 2D BiOCl photodetectors.
ISSN: 2567-3165
DOI: 10.1002/inf2.12033
Rights: © 2019 The Author(s). InfoMat published by John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd on behalf of UESTC. This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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