Titanium Carbide (Ti<sub>2</sub>CT<sub>x</sub>) MXene Multilayer Nanoflakes - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO Titanium Carbide (Ti2CTx) MXene Multilayer Nanoflakes

  • £13100

MSE PRO™ Titanium Carbide (Ti2CTx) MXene Multilayer Nanoflakes

  • Chemical Name: Titanium Carbide (Ti2CTx)
  • CAS Number: 12316-56-2
  • Product Number: 500mg (PO6716)1g (PO6717); 5g (PO6718) 
  • Appearance: Black Powder
  • Diameter: 2-15 um
  • Thickness: 100-1000 nm
  • Content of Ti2C: 60~70 wt.%


Titanium Carbide (Ti2CTx) is a typical representative material among the emerging family of 2D layered transition metal carbides and/or nitrides referred to as MXenes. It has exhibited 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, semiconductor and catalysis.

Ti2CTx is the lightest MXene and supposed to have larger sorption capacity than Ti3C2Tx (the most widely studied MXene up to now) for the larger surface area and more functional groups per unit mass and thus attracted more interest in researchers.

Notes: More detailed product information including SDS, certificate of analysis (COA), lead time and volume pricing are available upon request. Please contact MSE Supplies if you need bulk pricing. 

MSE Supplies also offers Ti2CTx dispersions. Please contact us for quote.


1. Hydrogen storage in incompletely etched multilayer Ti2CTx at room temperature. Nature Nanotechnology 16, no. 3 (2021): 331-336.

2. 2D carbide MXene Ti2CTx as a novel high-performance electromagnetic interference shielding material. Carbon 146 (2019): 210-217.

3. Efficient thorium (IV) removal by two-dimensional Ti2CTx MXene from aqueous solution. Chemical Engineering Journal 366 (2019): 192-199.

4. Recent advances in layered Ti3C2Tx MXene for electrochemical energy storage. Small 14, no. 17 (2018): 1703419.