2D Material Customization Service
- Graphene Material Customization Service
- 2D TMD Material Customization Service
2D Solution Customization Service
- Nb2C Solution Customization
- Black Phosphorus Solution Customization
- Tungsten Diselenide Solution Customization
- Molybdenum Diselenide Solution Customization
- Tungsten Disulfide Solution Customization
- Molybdenum Disulfide Solution Customization
- h-BN Solution Customization
- Graphene Oxide Solution Customization
- Germanium(II) Selenide Solution Customization
- Germanium(II) Sulfide Solution Customization
- Hafnium Disulfide Solution Customization
- Hafnium Diselenide Solution Customization
- Manganese Dioxide Solution Customization
- Tellurene Solution Customization
- Vanadium Carbide Solution Customization
- Titanium Carbide (Ti2C) Solution Customization
- Molybdenum Tungsten Disulfide Solution Customization
- Molybdenum Ditelluride Solution Customization
- Niobium Disulfide Solution Customization
- Rhenium Disulfide Solution Customization
- Rhenium Diselenide Solution Customization
- Tin Diselenide Solution Customization
- Titanium Disulfide Solution Customization
- Titanium Diselenide Solution Customization
- Titanium Carbide (Ti3C2) Solution Customization
- Tungsten Ditelluride Solution Customization
- Zirconium Disulfide Solution Customization
- Zirconium Diselenide Solution Customization
- 2D Material Layer Transfer Service
- 2D Material Heterojunction Customization Service
- 2D Crystals Custom Growth Service
- 2D Material Customization Service
2D Material Modification Services
- 2D Material Optical Modification Service
- 2D Material Plasma Modification Service
- 2D Materials Atomic-Level Structural Modification Service
2D Material Testing Services
- 2D Material Surface Characterization
- 2D Material Structure Characterization
- 2D Materials Electrical Characterization Research
- Thermal Test of 2D Materials
- 2D Materials Optoelectronics Research
- Mechanical Testing of 2D Materials
- 2D Magnetic Materials Characterization
- CHNSO Elemental Analysis for 2D Materials
- Atomic Force Microscope for 2D Materials
- Transmission Electron Microscope for 2D Materials
- Scanning Electron Microscope for 2D Materials
- Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy for 2D Materials
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for 2D Materials
- X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for 2D Materials
- X-ray Diffraction for 2D Materials
- Raman Scattering for 2D Materials
- Scanning Probe Techniques for 2D Materials
- X-Ray Fluorescence for 2D Materials
- BET Specific Surface Area Analysis for 2D Materials
- ICP-OES and ICP-MS Analysis for 2D Materials
- Auger Electron Spectroscopy for 2D Materials
- Photoluminescence Spectroscopy for 2D Materials
- Surface Profiler for 2D Materials
- 2D Material Simulation Computing Service
2D Material Customization Service
2D materials with good electrical, mechanical, thermal, and optical properties have become a popular study topic in recent years. Alfa Chemistry has extensive R&D experience in the field of 2D materials and can provide 2D materials nanomaterial customized services.
We are using different processes to synthesize various 2D materials, such as chemical, thermal and plasma processes. Graphene, silicene, phosphene, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), and transition metal disulfides (TMD) are among the 2D materials that have been successfully produced and studied. If you're interested, please contact us so that we can make sure you get something useful from us.
How to Create A 2D Material?
You may make a 2D substance out of any material by making it thinner. Chemical bonds in many materials are orientated in three dimensions, and these connections must be disrupted to make the substance thinner. A 2D material made this way will have a high density of chemically and energetically unstable dangling bonds, forcing the material to rearrange its structure to lower its surface energy.
Alfa Chemistry can create 2D materials in two methods: i) top-down (starting with bulk material and making it thinner); ii)bottom-up (start with atomic components and assemble them). We've introduced a number of processes as a result of this, including but not limited to the following. Among these, plasma processing is the one we employ the most.
|Processing Methods||Liquid-phase or chemical exfoliation||Thermal dissociation of precursors||Plasma-enabled dissociation of precursors|
Applications for 2D Materials
Alfa Chemistry provides a diverse range of 2D nanomaterials to assist applications in a variety of sectors. The following are some of the most promising uses. We welcome customers to contact us for material research for the following applications.
In the optical or near-infrared region, several TMDCs including black phosphorus have band gaps and good charge transport characteristics.
Transistors and Sensors
A number of semiconductor 2D materials, such as TMDC and black phosphorus, are used to make field effect transistors (FETs). The intrinsic flexibility of 2D materials gives them an advantage over standard silicon.
To store high densities of ions, ion batteries and supercapacitors require conductive materials with a large surface area. Graphene has been mentioned as a possible replacement for graphene electrodes.
Materials that behave like insulators are known as topological insulators (TI). Xenes (particularly bismuth and stilbene) are thought to function as TIs. Electric fields allow tmdc WTe2 to flip between topological insulators and superconductors.
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- Wang J. H, et al. (2016). "Synthesis Strategies about 2D Materials." Two-dimensional Materials.
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