A high-throughput synthesis of large-sized single-crystal hexagonal boron nitride on a Cu-Ni gradient enclosure

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  • Tianyu Zhu, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Yao Liang, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Chitengfei Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Zegao Wang
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  • Mingdong Dong
  • Chuanbin Wang, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Meijun Yang, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Takashi Goto, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Rong Tu, Wuhan University of Technology
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  • Song Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology

Large monolayer two-dimensional h-BN can be employed in novel electronic devices because of its thin insulation, excellent thermal stability, and high mechanical strength. However, the efficient synthesis of an h-BN film with large lateral size still faces a great challenge. Here, we report a method for the high-throughput synthesis of large-sized single-crystal h-BN on a Cu-Ni gradient alloy enclosure as the substrate via a low-pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPCVD) method. By depositing Ni on the Cu foil in different concentrations to obtain a Cu-Ni in-plane gradient concentration alloy enclosure, the highest growth rate of h-BN was 1 μm min-1 with the lateral size of h-BN being higher than 60 μm. Furthermore, the effect of the Ni content on the single crystal h-BN grain size and nucleation density and the mechanisms for the growth of h-BN were also investigated.

Original languageEnglish
JournalRSC Advances
Volume10
Issue27
Pages (from-to)16088-16093
Number of pages6
ISSN2046-2069
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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