The photoresponsivity of MoS2 with AgNCs-based flexible photodetector increased 38 times to 7940 A W−1 at 3 V under 2.2 pW incident power compared with pristine MoS2 film with decreasing incident power intensity due to the reduced scattering and recombination of the photogenerated charge carriers. Photocurrent rise time (τrise) of 0.3 s and decay time (τdecay) of 1.6 s were estimated for the flexible MoS2/AgNCs hybrid-based photodetector. The flexible photodetector showed good mechanical stability after bending at a curvature of 8 mm 10 000 times because a 71% photocurrent ratio of devices was retained. The photocurrent initially decreased up to 3000 bending cycles, but no noticeable decrease in photocurrent ratio was observed thereafter. These studies show that integrating plasmonic nanostructures with MoS2 atomic layers can significantly increase the photoresponsivity of MoS2-based photodetectors—schematic diagram of the 1L-MoS2 and Ag nanowires (NWs) based photodetector. The upper area shows the schematic diagrams of the pristine 1L-MoS2 and the 1L-MoS2/AgNWs hybrid photodetector on a glass substrate along with Cr/Au electrodes. (b) Darkfield image of the 1L-MoS2/AgNWs hybrid photodetector (60% density of AgNWs). (c) Comparing the photocurrent–voltage curves between pristine 1L-MoS2 (blue line) and the 1L-MoS2/AgNWs hybrid photodetector (red line) measured at 532 nm. The inset represents a logarithmic scale of the photocurrent–voltage characteristic. (d) Time-dependent photocurrent of the pristine 1L-MoS2 (blue) and 1L-MoS2/AgNWs hybrid photodetectors (red) recorded with an Ion/Ioff time of 4 min. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Molybdenum disulfide, or if you require the latest price of Molybdenum disulfide, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.