Progress on Characteristically Induced Proton-Irradiated 2DMs: A Compassed Review

The surge of micro-thin two-dimensional materials (2DMs) provides a promising outlook on a wide variety of applications in radiation hard environments such as space radiation environment, high-altitude flights, military aircraft, satellites, nuclear reactors, and particle accelerators. They offer a relatively new set of unique chemical/physical attributes which includes bandgap tunability, chemical composition variation, and high Young’s modulus despite their atomically thin and light structure. However, the particle radiation significantly affects these properties even though 2DMs show great potential for space applications. A current trend in the field of 2DMs includes irradiation with high energy protons. It is of great importance to further investigate the effects of proton irradiation on electrical, structural, and even magnetic characteristics of these materials. This paper aims to focus on the review of the effects of proton-irradiation on 2DMs, with special focus on MoS2, WSe2, and Graphene.



Work Title Progress on Characteristically Induced Proton-Irradiated 2DMs: A Compassed Review
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  1. Jiffer Evangelista Razon
  1. Undergraduate Research Award: Excellence in Information Literacy
  2. University Park
  3. Proton
  4. Irradiation
  5. 2D
  6. MoS2
  7. Graphene
License CC BY-ND 4.0 (Attribution-NoDerivatives)
Work Type Poster
Publication Date 2021
Deposited May 15, 2021




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