Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid

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Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid. / Zhang, Peng; Wang, Zegao; Liu, Lei; Klausen, Lasse Hyldgaard; Wang, Yin; Mi, Jianli; Dong, Mingdong.

In: Applied Materials Today, Vol. 14, No. March, 2019, p. 151-158.

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Zhang, P, Wang, Z, Liu, L, Klausen, LH, Wang, Y, Mi, J & Dong, M 2019, 'Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid', Applied Materials Today, vol. 14, no. March, pp. 151-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmt.2018.12.003

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Zhang, P., Wang, Z., Liu, L., Klausen, L. H., Wang, Y., Mi, J., & Dong, M. (2019). Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid. Applied Materials Today, 14(March), 151-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmt.2018.12.003

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Zhang P, Wang Z, Liu L, Klausen LH, Wang Y, Mi J, Dong M. 2019. Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid. Applied Materials Today. 14(March):151-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmt.2018.12.003

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Zhang P, Wang Z, Liu L, Klausen LH, Wang Y, Mi J et al. Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid. Applied Materials Today. 2019;14(March):151-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmt.2018.12.003

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Zhang, Peng ; Wang, Zegao ; Liu, Lei ; Klausen, Lasse Hyldgaard ; Wang, Yin ; Mi, Jianli ; Dong, Mingdong. / Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid. In: Applied Materials Today. 2019 ; Vol. 14, No. March. pp. 151-158.

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title = "Modulation the electronic property of 2D monolayer MoS 2 by amino acid",
abstract = "2D molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2 ) has a strong potential for the detection of biomolecules, however, the specific interactions between individual amino acids and MoS 2 surface are still unclear. Herein, the adsorption properties and electronic structures of amino acid/MoS 2 systems were investigated systematically for the 20 standard amino acids based on density functional theory. The adsorption strength of amino acids on MoS 2 monolayer decreases in the following order: TRP > ARG > PHE > TYR > LYS > HIS > PRO > ASN ≈ MET > LEU > ILE > VAL > GLU > GLN > THR > ASP > CYS > SER > ALA > GLY. The band gap of amino acid/MoS 2 system is determined by the energy level of HOMO orbit of the adsorbed amino acid, in which the higher energy level of HOMO orbit will result in a smaller band gap. As proof of concept, optical and electrical detection of the MoS 2 based transistors with and without amino acid molecules (TRP and CYS) were studied. Adsorption of amino acids on a MoS 2 surface allows their chemical information to be transformed into distinct analytically optical and electronic signals, which opens up new possibilities for fabricating novel MoS 2 based highly selective biosensors.",
keywords = "MoS2, Amino acid, Density functional theory, Field effect transistors, FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR, TRANSITION-METAL DICHALCOGENIDES, GRAPHENE, HYSTERESIS, FUNCTIONALIZATION, SENSITIVITY, ADSORPTION, TRANSPORT",
author = "Peng Zhang and Zegao Wang and Lei Liu and Klausen, {Lasse Hyldgaard} and Yin Wang and Jianli Mi and Mingdong Dong",
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language = "English",
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pages = "151--158",
journal = "Applied Materials Today",
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RIS

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AU - Wang, Yin

AU - Mi, Jianli

AU - Dong, Mingdong

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N2 - 2D molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2 ) has a strong potential for the detection of biomolecules, however, the specific interactions between individual amino acids and MoS 2 surface are still unclear. Herein, the adsorption properties and electronic structures of amino acid/MoS 2 systems were investigated systematically for the 20 standard amino acids based on density functional theory. The adsorption strength of amino acids on MoS 2 monolayer decreases in the following order: TRP > ARG > PHE > TYR > LYS > HIS > PRO > ASN ≈ MET > LEU > ILE > VAL > GLU > GLN > THR > ASP > CYS > SER > ALA > GLY. The band gap of amino acid/MoS 2 system is determined by the energy level of HOMO orbit of the adsorbed amino acid, in which the higher energy level of HOMO orbit will result in a smaller band gap. As proof of concept, optical and electrical detection of the MoS 2 based transistors with and without amino acid molecules (TRP and CYS) were studied. Adsorption of amino acids on a MoS 2 surface allows their chemical information to be transformed into distinct analytically optical and electronic signals, which opens up new possibilities for fabricating novel MoS 2 based highly selective biosensors.

AB - 2D molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2 ) has a strong potential for the detection of biomolecules, however, the specific interactions between individual amino acids and MoS 2 surface are still unclear. Herein, the adsorption properties and electronic structures of amino acid/MoS 2 systems were investigated systematically for the 20 standard amino acids based on density functional theory. The adsorption strength of amino acids on MoS 2 monolayer decreases in the following order: TRP > ARG > PHE > TYR > LYS > HIS > PRO > ASN ≈ MET > LEU > ILE > VAL > GLU > GLN > THR > ASP > CYS > SER > ALA > GLY. The band gap of amino acid/MoS 2 system is determined by the energy level of HOMO orbit of the adsorbed amino acid, in which the higher energy level of HOMO orbit will result in a smaller band gap. As proof of concept, optical and electrical detection of the MoS 2 based transistors with and without amino acid molecules (TRP and CYS) were studied. Adsorption of amino acids on a MoS 2 surface allows their chemical information to be transformed into distinct analytically optical and electronic signals, which opens up new possibilities for fabricating novel MoS 2 based highly selective biosensors.

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KW - HYSTERESIS

KW - FUNCTIONALIZATION

KW - SENSITIVITY

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