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Title: Carrier dynamics in highly-excited TlInS2: Evidence of 2D electron-hole charge separation at parallel layers
Authors: Grivickas, V.
Ščajev, P.
Bikbajevas, V.
Korolik, O. V.
Mazanik, A. V.
Keywords: ЭБ БГУ::ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::Физика
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry 2019
Citation: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. – 2019. – Vol. 21. – P. 2102 – 2114.
Abstract: We report a comprehensive study of the time-resolved photoluminescence (PL), carrier recombination, and carrier diffusion under diverse laser pulse excitations in TlInS2. The 2Dlayered crystals were grown by Bridgman method without or by a small Erbium presence in the melt. The investigation expose large differences in two crystal types, although, a linear nonradiative lifetime and carrier diffusivity attain close values at high excitation with no contribution of the Auger recombination and absence of the band gap narrowing effect. Moreover, at high pulse power, we detect imprinted transient grating fringes which are attributed to new crystal phase formed by 2D electron-hole charge separation on local layers. The versatile model of the spontaneously polarized 2D-crystal has been developed to explain observed features and ergodicity of charge dynamic processes. The model embraces the planar stacking faults (PSFs) as a distortion which edge is acting as sink of strong recombination. The reduced occurrence of the PSFs in the Erbium doped TlInS2 is the main attribute which determines enhancement of PL by a factor of 50, and improves carrier diffusion along 2D-layers. The simulation permits to evaluate the PSFs sizes of about 0.7 m. Presented results allow improving 2D-crystal growth technology for novel sensor devices with separated excess charges.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/233418
ISSN: 1463-9076
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