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Scalable Patterning of Encapsulated Black Phosphorus.

Atomically thin black phosphorus (BP) has attracted considerable interest due to its unique properties, such as an infrared band gap that depends on the number of layers and excellent electronic transport characteristics. This material is known to be sensitive to light and oxygen and degrades in air... Full description

Journal Title: Nano letters September 12, 2018, Vol.18(9), pp.5373-5381
Main Author: Clark, Nick
Other Authors: Nguyen, Lan , Hamer, Matthew J , Schedin, Fredrik , Lewis, Edward A , Prestat, Eric , Garner, Alistair , Cao, Yang , Zhu, Mengjian , Kashtiban, Reza , Sloan, Jeremy , Kepaptsoglou, Demie , Gorbachev, Roman V , Haigh, Sarah J
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title: Scalable Patterning of Encapsulated Black Phosphorus.
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  • Clark, Nick
  • Nguyen, Lan
  • Hamer, Matthew J
  • Schedin, Fredrik
  • Lewis, Edward A
  • Prestat, Eric
  • Garner, Alistair
  • Cao, Yang
  • Zhu, Mengjian
  • Kashtiban, Reza
  • Sloan, Jeremy
  • Kepaptsoglou, Demie
  • Gorbachev, Roman V
  • Haigh, Sarah J
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  • Phosphorene
  • Direct Write Oxidation
  • Electron Beam Sculpting
  • Graphene Encapsulation
  • Local Oxidation Lithography
  • Transmission Electron Microscopy
  • van Der Waals Heterostructures
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description: Atomically thin black phosphorus (BP) has attracted considerable interest due to its unique properties, such as an infrared band gap that depends on the number of layers and excellent electronic transport characteristics. This material is known to be sensitive to light and oxygen and degrades in air unless protected with an encapsulation barrier, limiting its exploitation in electrical devices. We present a new scalable technique for nanopatterning few layered BP by direct electron beam exposure of encapsulated crystals, achieving a spatial resolution down to 6 nm. By encapsulating the BP with single layer graphene or hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), we show that a focused electron probe can be used to produce controllable local oxidation of BP through nanometre size defects created in the encapsulation layer by the electron impact. We have tested the approach in the scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) and using industry standard electron beam lithography (EBL). Etched regions of the BP are stabilized by a thin passivation layer and demonstrate typical insulating behavior as measured at 300 and 4.3 K. This new scalable approach to nanopatterning of thin air sensitive crystals has the potential to facilitate their wider use for a variety of sensing and electronics applications.
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