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 Solution Customization Service
Due to their unique features such as electron mobility, high surface area, and mechanical toughness, two-dimensional (2D) materials offer a lot of potential for use in electrical devices. Solutions containing 2D nanomaterials can be used to efficiently print, assemble and embed these materials into functional films, thin films, coatings or composites, providing options for a range of industrial and scientific applications, such as energy storage devices, conductors, sensors, optoelectronics and transistors.
Alfa Chemistry has substantial research and development experience in the field of 2D materials and can provide 2D material customized services. To synthesize solutions for a wide range of 2D materials, we use a variety of methodologies. 2D materials that have been successfully turned into 2D solutions include graphene, black phosphorus (BP), hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), and transition metal disulfides (TMD). Please contact us if you are interested so that we can ensure you receive something beneficial from us.
Solution Preparation Methods
Liquid phase exfoliation, electrochemical exfoliation, and intercalation employing ions to overcome interlayer van der Waals interactions and increase the layers are all popular methods employed by Alfa Chemistry to prepare 2D solutions.
In general, the liquid phase exfoliation (LPE) process starts with the dispersion of bulk crystals in organic solvents or aqueous solutions, the latter with the help of surfactants or polymers. To form monolayers and many layers of material, the exfoliation process is commonly carried out utilizing cavitation or shear. Exfoliation of large crystals with ultrasonically aided exfoliation is a common LPE technique.
Fig 1. Various LPE methods, including ultrasonication, shearing, wet-jet milling, microfluidization, ball milling, and electrochemical exfoliation. (Bellani S, et al. 2021)
Our liquid phase processing steps for bulk lamellar crystals are: (1) dispersion of the bulk crystals in solvent; (2) exfoliation of the bulk crystals by (acoustic) cavitation or shear; and (3) "sorting" of the material sheet size (e.g., by ultracentrifugation). We also use stabilizers (such as surfactants and polymers) to prevent the flakes from colliding and reaggregating after deposition or coating.
We also prepared 2D solutions by forming salts of layered materials that spontaneously dissolve in polar solvents to produce ionic solutions. The benign dissolution preserves the morphology of the starting material, is resistant to reaggregation, and permits only customized monomolecular layers to be obtained in solutions. Importantly, the charge on the anionic nanosheet solute is reversible, allowing for targeted plating across wide areas and the initiation of fresh self-assembly after drying.
In addition, we utilize functional groups, ligands, surfactants, or charges on the surface of nanomaterials to diminish interparticle attraction and so extend the sub-stable lifetime of the resulting dispersions, such as graphene oxide, in the pathways we use to generate 2D material solutions. These technologies produce a wide range of 2D material-based solutions in a variety of solvents that can be tuned to specific purposes.
Customization Guide for 2D Solutions
We've put up a list of user-friendly 2D solution customization options so you can find the 2D custom solution that's right for you. Select the desired material first, then the dispersant solution. Our 2D solutions are always made with state-of-the-art equipment from high-quality 2D layered crystals. If your research necessitates the use of other forms of starting materials, such as polycrystalline powders, amorphous powders, or nanocrystals, be sure to include your preferences in your bespoke quote. We have the experience and capability to produce huge quantities of any form of 2D solution on demand.
Available 2D material types include, but are not limited to, the following.
Available solvent types include but are not limited to the following: H2O, isopropyl alcohol (IPA), DMF, NMP, etc.
Please contact us for a customized solution if you require a 2D solution that is not provided above. Please specify the material you require and any specs you have in mind when requesting a quote. Our R&D team will contact you as soon as possible and begin working on your solution.
- Bellani S, et al. (2021). "Solution-Processed Two-Dimensional Materials for Next-Generation Photovoltaics." Chem. Soc. Rev. 50: 11870-11965.
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