미래를 창조하는 포스텍 화학공학과
Semiconducting ink based on 2D single-crystal flakes with dangling-bond-free surfaces enables the implementation of high-performance devices on form-free substrates by cost-effective and scalable printing processes. However, the lack of solution-processed p-type 2D semiconducting inks with high mobility is an obstacle to the development of complementary integrated circuits. Here, a versatile strategy of doping with Br2 is reported to enhance the hole mobility by orders of magnitude for p-type transistors with 2D layered materials. Br2-doped WSe2 transistors show a field-effect hole mobility of more than 27 cm2 V−1 s−1, and a high on/off current ratio of ≈107, and exhibits excellent operational stability during the on-off switching, cycling, and bias stressing testing. Moreover, complementary inverters composed of patterned p-type WSe2 and n-type MoS2 layered films are demonstrated with an ultra-high gain of 1280 under a driving voltage (VDD) of 7 V. This work unveils the high potential of solution-processed 2D semiconductors with low-temperature processability for flexible devices and monolithic circuitry.