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The strong light-matter interaction and the valley selective optical selection rules make monolayer (ML) MoS[subscript 2] an exciting 2D material for fundamental physics and optoelectronics applications. But, so far, optical

The strong light-matter interaction and the valley selective optical selection rules make monolayer (ML) MoS[subscript 2] an exciting 2D material for fundamental physics and optoelectronics applications. But, so far, optical transition linewidths even at low temperature are typically as large as a few tens of meV and contain homogeneous and inhomogeneous contributions. This prevented in-depth studies, in contrast to the better-characterized ML materials MoSe[subscript 2] and WSe[subscript 2].

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1103/PhysRevX.7.021026
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    Cadiz, F., Courtade, E., Robert, C., Wang, G., Shen, Y., Cai, H., . . . Urbaszek, B. (2017). Excitonic Linewidth Approaching the Homogeneous Limit in MoS2-Based van der Waals Heterostructures. Physical Review X, 7(2). doi:10.1103/physrevx.7.021026

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