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MSE PRO Nano Size Thin Layer Tungsten Disulfide (WS<sub>2</sub>) Dispersion with LiOH - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO Nano Size Thin Layer Tungsten Disulfide (WS2) Dispersion with LiOH

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MSE PRO™ Nano Size Thin Layer Tungsten Disulfide (WS2) Dispersion with LiOH

  • Flake Diameter: 20-500nm
  • Thickness: 1-5nm
  • Appearance: Black dispersion
  • Stabilizer: LiOH
  • Concentration: 1mg/mL
  • Package 200mL/bottle
  • Solvent: Water (CM3055), Ethanol (CM3056) or IPA (CM3057)
  • Storage: Stored light-protected and sealed at 4℃. Keep vacuum after every usage.

Applications

Atomically thin tungsten disulfide (WS2) film is a promising material for flexible electronics and optoelectronics owing to light emission in the monolayer form at ~2 eV and the low level of toxicity of growth processes. Thin-layer WSfinds application in various fields like lubrication, catalysis, electronics, and energy storage. In lubrication, it's used as a solid lubricant due to its low friction properties. In electronics, WS2 is employed in semiconductors and as a component in transistors and sensors. Additionally, in catalysis, it's used for its catalytic properties, and in energy storage, it's explored for potential use in batteries and supercapacitors.

More detailed product information including SDS, certificate of analysis (COA), lead time and volume pricing are available upon request.

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

References

[1] Bin Rafiq, M.K.S., Amin, N., Alharbi, H.F. et al. WS2: A New Window Layer Material for Solar Cell Application. Sci Rep 10, 771 (2020). 

[2] Maxim G. Kozodaev, Aleksandr S. Slavich, Roman I. Romanov, et al., Influence of Reducing Agent on Properties of Thin WS2 Nanosheets Prepared by Sulfurization of Atomic Layer-Deposited WO3, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2020 124 (51), 28169-28177.

[3] Reale, F., Palczynski, P., Amit, I. et al. High-Mobility and High-Optical Quality Atomically Thin WS 2 Sci Rep 7, 14911 (2017).