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Publication . Article . 2019

Investigation of cyclotron-phonon resonance in monolayer molybdenum disulfide

Binh, N.V.Q.; Hoi, Bui D.; Thuan, Doan V.; Hieu, Nguyen N.; Nguyen, Chuong V.; Phuc, Huynh V.; Tien, Tong S.; +5 Authors
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Published: 01 Jan 2019
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract
Abstract Transition-metal dichalcogenide monolayers recently have attracted much attention motivated by their exotic physical properties. In this paper, we theoretically investigate the optical absorption in the monolayer MoS2 which is subjected to a uniform static magnetic field and an electromagnetic wave. The magneto-optical absorption power (MOAP) is calculated using the projection operator technique in the linear response scheme, taking account of the electron–optical phonon interaction at high temperature. Both phonon emission and phonon absorption processes are included. The cyclotron–phonon resonance (CPR) is observed in the photon energy dependence of the MOAP. Numerical analyses show that the photon energy satisfying CPR condition depends linearly on the strength of magnetic field, which is similar to that in conventional low-dimensional semiconductors but different from that in graphene. The increase of the full width at half maximum (FWHM) of CPR peaks with increasing magnetic field shows a similar behaviour to that in graphene. In addition, FWHM increases slightly with temperature, which is different from that in graphene where the FWHM is temperature independent. Our investigation provides basic information about the magneto-optical properties of the monolayer MoS2 that are useful for further experiments and applications.
Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Absorption (electromagnetic radiation) Full width at half maximum Condensed matter physics Graphene law.invention law Monolayer Resonance (particle physics) Photon energy Cyclotron resonance Phonon Materials science

Subjects

Condensed Matter Physics, General Materials Science, General Chemistry