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Energy Transport at Hybrid Organic-MoS2 Interface

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We report energy transport of charge transfer (CT) excitons at the hybrid interface of low dimensional materials. We find that the transport of hybrid CT excitons is eight times faster than MoS2 A-excitons.

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