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MSE PRO Molybdenum Tungsten Disulfide (MoWS2) Nanosheet Powder

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MSE PRO™ Molybdenum Tungsten Disulfide (MoWS2) Nanosheet Powder 

Recently, two-dimension-based materials have been explored as competitive catalysts in hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) due to their high stability and remarkable catalytic performances. Enlightened by the recent chemical synthesis studies, metal non-oxides with certain nanostructures, for example, WSe2, WC, Mo2C, and MoS2, have been extensively explored for HER applications. In these studies, MoS2 or WSbased materials are very promising alternatives because of their wide distribution, acidic stability, and favorable electrocatalytic properties after some kind of modification. Recent research found out that combining these materials will improve their various characteristics. For example, combining MoS2 and WS2 results in a mixed transition metal compound with the chemical formula Mo(1−x)WxS2 which has significant performance improvements, in particular to its bandgap tunability and structural characteristics.

Technical Data

Chemical Name Molybdenum Tungsten Disulfide
Chemical Formula Mo(1−x)WxS2
Product Number 100mg(CM3042), 200mg(CM3043), 500mg(CM3044)
Molecular Weight (g/mol) 204.01
CAS Number 109657-36-5
Bandgap (eV) ~1.90
Purity 99.99%
Material Properties 2D Semiconductor
Structure Hexagonal
Morphology Black Powder
Powder Size (μm) 0.1-3
Thickness 1-5 layers
Single Layer Rate 70%

Customized MoWSNanosheet dispersion with different concentrations and solvents is available upon request. Please contact MSE Supplies if you need bulk pricing or customization.


1. Molybdenum tungsten disulphide (MoWS2) as a saturable absorber for a passively Q-switched thulium/holmium-codoped fibre laser. Journal of Modern Optics 66, no. 11 (2019): 1163-1171.

2. Synthesis of MoWS2 on flexible carbon-based electrodes for high-performance hydrogen evolution reaction. ACS applied materials & interfaces 11, no. 41 (2019): 37550-37558.

3. Experimental and first-principles investigation of MoWS2 with high hydrogen evolution performance. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8, no. 43 (2016): 29442-29451.