Two-dimensional (2D) semiconductor nanomaterials have recently gathered significant attention due to their remarkable optical and electrical properties. Quantum confinement as resultant of reduced dimensions results in exciting optoelectronic phenomenon, which have never been reported before. This makes them promising candidates for future optoelectronics and photonics device applications. Many body interactions between fundamental particles in 2D semiconductors are strongly enhanced compared...[Show more]
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