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 Plasma Modification Service
Two-dimensional (2D) materials with superior electrical, mechanical, thermal, and optical properties have been a popular study topic in recent years. The growth and post-growth modification processes are intimately linked to the characteristics of 2D materials. Alfa Chemistry is committed to bringing new dimensions to 2D materials using innovative synthesis and modification procedures in order to attain desired customized features. Plasma is an important technology we use for the synthesis and modification of 2D materials because of the unique plasma-material interactions that allow for effective energy transfer at the nanoscale.
We are able to provide plasma modification services for 2D materials to our customers, which will speed up their implementation in a number of applications. We've employed non-equilibrium and non-thermal plasma technologies to make graphene, silicene, germanene, phosphorene, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), and transition metal disulfides, among other 2D materials. Functionalization, doping, and etching are some of the plasma-assisted synthesis and modification methods we use.
Learn About Plasma
Plasma is the fourth state of matter and is made up of electrons, ions, neutrals, excitons, free radicals, and excited molecules that are created at low or atmospheric pressure. Because these plasma substances are more reactive than ground state atoms or molecules, they have a lot of potential for synthesizing and modifying nanomaterials in a low-energy and low-cost manner.
In terms of low-temperature and quick synthesis, plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) outperforms other approaches such as mechanical stripping, liquid phase stripping, and thermal CVD. Controlling plasma confinement, plasma energy, gaseous precursors, and ion energy distribution to the material and surface allows for a high degree of morphology and structural homogeneity in both top-down and bottom-up approaches for manufacturing 2D materials.
Furthermore, plasma offers the opportunity to process 2D materials that are far beyond the growth of novel nanomaterial structures. Chemical functionalization, heteroatom doping, band gap tuning, etching, and surface wettability control are all possible using plasma-assisted changes. These procedures are made feasible by the presence of specific chemicals in the plasma, which allow for reactions that would be difficult to produce using traditional thermal or solution-based treatments. Furthermore, plasma modification can be done in situ (during nanomaterial synthesis) or non-in situ (during post-synthesis activities). As a result, plasma is a simple, effective, and frequently used process for changing and improving the structure and properties of 2D materials to better fulfill the needs of modern industry.
Our Modification Capabilities
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