Multilayer Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo<sub>2</sub>Ti<sub>2</sub>C<sub>3</sub>) MXene Material - MSE Supplies LLC

Multilayer Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo2Ti2C3) MXene Material

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Multilayer Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo2Ti2C3MXene Material

  • Chemical Name: Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo2Ti2C3)
  • CAS Number: N/A
  • Product Number: 1g (PO6766), 5g (PO6767)
  • Appearance: Black Powder
  • Diameter: 5-10 um
  • Purity: >99 wt.%
  • Functional Group: -OH-F-O-Cl (customizable)
  • Storage Conditions: room temperature and dry
  • Preparation method: HF etching

We also offer single layer and multilayer powder and solution with different surface function, please contact us for more detail.


Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo2Ti2C3), is a typical representative material among the emerging family of 2D layered transition metal carbides and/or nitrides referred to as MXenes. It has multiple advantages such as metallic conductivity, a plastic layer structure, small band gaps, and the hydrophilic nature of its functionalized surface. It is widely used for energy storage applications such as supercapacitors, lithium-ion batteries, sodium-ion batteries, and lithium–sulfur batteries. It also can be used for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding coatings, semiconductors and catalysis.

Multilayer Molybdenum Titanium Carbide (Mo2Ti2C3) MXene Material is a revolutionary material for a wide range of applications. With its unique combination of mechanical, electrical, and structural properties, it is ideal for energy storage, catalysis, analytical chemistry, mechanics, adsorption, biology, microelectronics and sensors.

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1. Advantage of larger interlayer spacing of a Mo2Ti2C3 mxene free-standing film electrode toward an excellent performance supercapacitor in a binary ionic liquid–organic electrolyte. ACS omega 7, no. 8 (2022): 7190-7198.

2. In Situ N‐Doped Graphene and Mo Nanoribbon Formation from Mo2Ti2C3 MXene Monolayers. Small 16, no. 5 (2020): 1907115.