2D–Organic Hybrid Heterostructures for Optoelectronic Applications

Jia Sun, Yongsuk Choi, Young Jin Choi, Seongchan Kim, Jin Hong Park, Sungjoo Lee, Jeong Ho Cho

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Abstract

The unique properties of hybrid heterostructures have motivated the integration of two or more different types of nanomaterials into a single optoelectronic device structure. Despite the promising features of organic semiconductors, such as their acceptable optoelectronic properties, availability of low-cost processes for their fabrication, and flexibility, further optimization of both material properties and device performances remains to be achieved. With the emergence of atomically thin 2D materials, they have been integrated with conventional organic semiconductors to form multidimensional heterostructures that overcome the present limitations and provide further opportunities in the field of optoelectronics. Herein, a comprehensive review of emerging 2D–organic heterostructures—from their synthesis and fabrication to their state-of-the-art optoelectronic applications—is presented. Future challenges and opportunities associated with these heterostructures are highlighted.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1803831
JournalAdvanced Materials
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Jan 1

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Optoelectronic devices
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  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Sun, Jia ; Choi, Yongsuk ; Choi, Young Jin ; Kim, Seongchan ; Park, Jin Hong ; Lee, Sungjoo ; Cho, Jeong Ho. / 2D–Organic Hybrid Heterostructures for Optoelectronic Applications. In: Advanced Materials. 2019.
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