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MSE PRO Iron Phosphorus Trisulfide (FePS3) Crystal 2D Material

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MSE PRO™ Iron Phosphorus Trisulfide (FePS3) Crystal 2D Material

Among the many materials with 2D structures, the family of transition metal chalcogenophosphates (MPX3; where M = V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, and Cd and X = S, Se, and Te) has recently attracted the growing attention from the research community. This interest arises from its extensive variety of electronic properties. Thus, for example, these materials exhibit a wide bandgap (up to 3.5 eV) that broadens their potential application in optoelectronics. In addition, some of these materials exhibit cooperative magnetic properties, in particular antiferromagnetism, which has been proven to persist even in the 2D limit. Interestingly, the reliance between the structural, electronic and magnetic properties boosts their potential in spintronics. Furthermore, these materials have also been studied as promising candidates for electrocatalytic applications.

As a member of MPX3, Iron Phosphorus Trisulfide (FePS3) can be used as electrocatalyst for oxygen evolution, hydrogen evolution and oxygen reduction reactions. Other applications include energy generation and storage, data storage and high-speed data processing.

Technical Data

Chemical Name Iron Phosphorus Trisulfide
Synonyms Iron Trithiohypophosphate, Magnetic Graphene
Chemical Formula FePS3
CAS Number N/A
Molecular Weight (g/mol) 183.01
Bandgap (eV) 1.0-1.5 
Product Area Size (mm2) ~10(CM3033), ~25(CM3034), ~100(CM3035)
Purity 99.99%
Material Properties Magnetic Semiconductor
Structure Monoclinic
Color Dark Brown

References

1. Ising-type magnetic ordering in atomically thin FePS3Nano letters 16, no. 12 (2016): 7433-7438.

2. Pressure-induced electronic and structural phase evolution in the van der Waals compound FePS3Physical Review Letters 121, no. 26 (2018): 266801.

3. Exfoliation of ultrathin FePS3 layers as a promising electrocatalyst for the oxygen evolution reaction. Chemical Communications 54, no. 35 (2018): 4481-4484.

4. Molecular stabilization of chemically exfoliated bare MnPSlayers. Dalton Transactions 50, no. 44 (2021): 16281-16289.