Two-dimensional (2D) materials

Two-dimensional (2D) materials are defined as crystalline materials consisting of single- or few-layer atoms, in which the in-plane interatomic interactions are much stronger than those along the stacking direction. The popular 2D materials are graphene, h-BN, Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (such as MoS2, WS2, MoSe2), black phosphorus and Monolayers of silicon (silicene), germanium (germanene) and tin (stanene).

2D materials are widely used for field-effect transistors, flexible electronics, photodetectors, composite materials, energy storage, precise sensors, DNA sequencing and drug delivery.

Niobium Carbide (Nb<sub>4</sub>C<sub>3</sub>T<sub>x</sub>) MXene Multilayer Nanoflakes, 1g - MSE Supplies LLC

Niobium Carbide (Nb4C3Tx) MXene Multilayer Nanoflakes, 1g

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