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Ultrafast Dynamics of Defect-assisted Carrier Capture in MoS2 Nanodots Investigated by Transient Absorption Spectroscopy
MingXing Jin
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MingXing Jin Institute of Atomic and Molecular Physics, Jilin University mxjin@jlu.edu.cn 
Abstract:
MoS2 nanodots are emerging as promising semiconductor materials for optoelectronic devices. However, most of the recent attention is focused on the fabrication of MoS2 nanodots, and the survey for exciton dynamics of MoS2 nanodots remains less explored. Herein, we use femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy to investigate the carrier dynamics of MoS2 nanodots. Our results show that defect-assisted carrier recombination processes are well consistent with the observed dynamics. The photo-excited carriers are captured by defects with at least two different capture rates via Auger scattering. Four processes are deemed to take part in the carrier relaxation. After photoexcitation, carrier cooling occurs instantly within ~0.5 ps. Then most of carriers are fast captured by the defects, and the corresponding time constant increases from ~4.9 ps to ~9.2 ps with increasing pump fluence, which may be interpreted by saturation of the defect states. Next a small quantity of carriers is captured by the other kinds of defects with a relatively slow carrier capture time within ~65 ps. Finally, the remaining small fraction of carriers relaxes via direct interband electron-hole recombination within ~1 ns. Our results may lead to deep insight into the fundamentals of carrier dynamics in MoS2 nanodots, paving the way for their further applications.
Key words:  MoS2  Transient Absorption Spectroscopy  Defect-assisted Carrier Capture
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Ultrafast Dynamics of Defect-assisted Carrier Capture in MoS2 Nanodots Investigated by Transient Absorption Spectroscopy
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MoS2 nanodots are emerging as promising semiconductor materials for optoelectronic devices. However, most of the recent attention is focused on the fabrication of MoS2 nanodots, and the survey for exciton dynamics of MoS2 nanodots remains less explored. Herein, we use femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy to investigate the carrier dynamics of MoS2 nanodots. Our results show that defect-assisted carrier recombination processes are well consistent with the observed dynamics. The photo-excited carriers are captured by defects with at least two different capture rates via Auger scattering. Four processes are deemed to take part in the carrier relaxation. After photoexcitation, carrier cooling occurs instantly within ~0.5 ps. Then most of carriers are fast captured by the defects, and the corresponding time constant increases from ~4.9 ps to ~9.2 ps with increasing pump fluence, which may be interpreted by saturation of the defect states. Next a small quantity of carriers is captured by the other kinds of defects with a relatively slow carrier capture time within ~65 ps. Finally, the remaining small fraction of carriers relaxes via direct interband electron-hole recombination within ~1 ns. Our results may lead to deep insight into the fundamentals of carrier dynamics in MoS2 nanodots, paving the way for their further applications.
关键词:  MoS2  Transient Absorption Spectroscopy  Defect-assisted Carrier Capture
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