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Metallic 1T-WS2 for Selective Impedimetric Vapor Sensing
Selective gas sensing is of immense importance for industrial as well as safety purposes. Here it is shown that metallic 1T phase transition metal dichalcogenides, such as tungsten sulfide (WS2), provide sensitive and ...
Transition metal dichalcogenides (MoS2, MoSe2, WS2 and WSe2) exfoliation technique has strong influence upon their capacitance
Transition metal dichacogenides (TMD) represent an important class of layered compounds which are gaining lately an enormous interest in electrochemistry. Exfoliation of TMD materials to obtain single to few layer sheets ...
Pristine basal- and edge-plane-oriented molybdenite MoS2 exhibiting highly anisotropic properties
The layered structure of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) is structurally similar to that of graphite, with individual sheets strongly covalently bonded within but held together through weak van der Waals interactions. This ...
Thiofluorographene-hydrophilic graphene derivative with semiconducting and genosensing properties
We present the first example of covalent chemistry on fluorographene, enabling the attachment of –SH groups through nucleophilic substitution of fluorine in a polar solvent. The resulting thiographene-like, 2D derivative ...
Labeling graphene oxygen groups with europium
Graphene-related materials contain chemically bonded oxygen atoms in the form of epoxy, hydroxy, carboxy, and carbonyl groups. It is important to determine the quantity of oxygen atoms and to understand their position on ...
The structural stability of graphene anticorrosion coating materials is compromised at low potentials
Corrosion of engineered structures is a major problem causing an estimated economic loss of more than 2 trillion US dollars annually worldwide. Graphene has recently emerged as highly promising, low-cost, and transparent ...