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  • Received: Jul. 24, 2019

    Accepted: Jul. 31, 2019

    Posted: Sep. 9, 2019

    Published Online: Sep. 9, 2019

    The Author Email: Xinke Liu (liuxinke@ciomp.ac.cn), Dabing Li (lidb@ciomp.ac.cn)

    DOI: 10.1364/PRJ.7.001127

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    You Wu, Zhiwen Li, Kah-Wee Ang, Yuping Jia, Zhiming Shi, Zhi Huang, Wenjie Yu, Xiaojuan Sun, Xinke Liu, Dabing Li. Monolithic integration of MoS2-based visible detectors and GaN-based UV detectors[J]. Photonics Research, 2019, 7(10): 1127-1133

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Fig. 1. (a) Illustration of the SL MoS2-on-GaN structure. (b) Due to the electron-phonon coupling between MoS2 and GaN, the calculated absorption coefficient of the SL MoS2 layer is increased significantly in the visible region.

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Fig. 2. (a) Illustration of SL MoS2 growth process by CVD under Ar atmosphere. The FS-GaN substrate was placed upside down on the center of the crucible, and the SL-MoS2 was grown on the Ga-face. The growth condition was 750°C lasting for 10 min. (b) Raman spectrum of SL-MoS2 on FS-GaN. (c) Cross-sectional transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image of the MoS2 grown on the GaN substrate. The measured MoS2 film thickness is 0.7  nm, indicating a single layer of MoS2. (d) Absorbance of SL MoS2 on the FS-GaN substrate as a function of incident wavelength. The strongest absorption is at around 430 nm.

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Fig. 3. (a) Schematic diagram of the preparation steps of monolithic integration of GaN-based UV detectors and MoS2-based visible detectors. Photoresist was used for mask, and part of the SL MoS2 was etched by Ar plasma. Standard photolithography was applied, and a 50 nm Au electrode was fabricated by electron beam evaporation for the whole wafer. (b) Optical microscope image of monolithic integration of GaN-based and MoS2-based detectors. The reference scale in the image is 100 μm. (c) 3D schematic view of the MoS2/GaN monolithic integration device. Top view photo image of 1  cm×1  cm size sample fabricated is shown in the inset.

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Fig. 4. (a) Dark current and light current for 280 nm incident light under different powers of the GaN PD. (b) Dark current and light current for a 405 nm laser under different incident powers of the MoS2 PD.

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Fig. 5. (a) Responsivity R (A/W) and photocurrent (μA), (b) photoconductive gain G and external quantum efficiency (EQE), and (c) noise equivalent power (NEP) and normalized detectivity D* of the GaN PD as functions of incident power under a fixed voltage of 20 V. (d) Responsivity R (A/W) and photocurrent (mA), (e) photoconductive gain G and external quantum efficiency (EQE), and (f) noise equivalent power (NEP) and normalized detectivity D* of the MoS2 PD as functions of incident power under a fixed voltage of 3 V.

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Fig. 6. Photocurrent as a function of time under alternative dark and illumination. (a) Photocurrent-time curve of GaN illuminated by a 280 nm light source with the incident power of 15.01 nW at 20 V. (b) The rise time (from 10% to 90% of maximum photocurrent) and the fall time (from 90% to 10% of maximum photocurrent) of the GaN PD. (c) Photocurrent-time curve of MoS2/GaN illuminated by a 405 nm laser with the incident power of 10 mW at 3 V. (d) The rise and fall time of the MoS2/GaN PD.

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