Organ-like Vanadium Carbide (V<sub>2</sub>C) MXene Material - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO Vanadium Carbide (V2C) MXene Multilayer Flakes

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Vanadium Carbide (V2C) MXene Multilayer Flakes

  • Chemical Name: Vanadium Carbide (V2C)
  • CAS Number: 12012-17-8
  • Product Number: 1g (PO6754) 
  • Appearance: Black Powder
  • Diameter: 1-5 um
  • Purity: >99 wt.%
  • Storage Conditions: Dry at room temperature
  • Process: HF treatment or HCl + LiF treatment
  • Specific details: Multilayer flakes, etched by hydrofluoric acid.

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Vanadium Carbide (V2C), 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 (LIBs), sodium-ion batteries (SIBs), and lithium–sulfur batteries. It can be used for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding coatings, semiconductors and catalysis.

Vanadium Carbide (V2C) MXene Material is uniquely designed to provide superior structural durability and interlayer spacing, making it ideal for the fabrication of high-performance anodes. It also features high specific capacity, thermal stability, and a narrow band gap at the Fermi level, making it highly useful in energy storage, catalysis, analytical chemistry, mechanics, adsorption, biology, microelectronics, and sensors.

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1. Two-dimensional vanadium carbide (V2C) MXene as electrode for supercapacitors with aqueous electrolytes. Electrochemistry Communications 96 (2018): 103-107.

2. The synthesis process and thermal stability of V2C MXene. Materials 11, no. 11 (2018): 2112.