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Molybdenum single crystal disc, 10mm (0.39in) dia, 1-3mm (0.04-0.1in) thick, (110) orientation | CAS Number: 7439-98-7

Catalog Number
ACM74399872
Product Name
Molybdenum single crystal disc, 10mm (0.39in) dia, 1-3mm (0.04-0.1in) thick, (110) orientation
Structure
CAS Number
7439-98-7
EC Number
231-107-2
UN Number
UN 3089 4.1/PG 2
MDL Number
MFCD00003465
Synonyms
molybdenum nanopowder suspension, aqueous molybdenum nanoparticle solution, molybdenum nanofluid
Molecular Weight
95.94
Molecular Formula
Mo
Boiling Point
Varies by solvent
Melting Point
Varies by solvent
Purity
99%, 99.9%, 99.99%, 99.999%
Appearance
Liquid Dispersion
Safty Description
9-16-36/37/39
Hazard Statements
H228
particles size
~ 80nm (60-100nm)
Special Surface Area(Square meters per gram)
4-10 m2/g
Ratio(Poisson's Ratio)
0.31
Young's Modulus
329 GPa
Vickers Hardness
1530 MPa
Morphology
Sphere
Thermal Expansion
(25 °C) 4.8 µm·m-1·K-1
Signal Word
Danger
Hazard Codes
F
Risk Codes
11
True Density
10.28 g/cm3
Bulk Density
0.25 g/cm3
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1Photocurrent Switching of Monolayer MoS2 using Metal-Insulator Transition.

Lee JH, Gul HZ, Kim H, Moon BH, Adhikari S, Kim JH, Choi H, Lee YH, Lim SC.

Nano Lett. 2016 Dec 28. doi: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03689. [Epub ahead of print]

We achieve switching on/off the photocurrent of monolayer molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) by controlling the metal-insulator transition (MIT). N-type semiconducting MoS2 under a large negative gate bias generates a photocurrent attributed to the increase of excess carriers in the conduction band by optical excitation. However, under a large positive gate bias, a phase shift from semiconducting to metallic MoS2 is caused, and the photocurrent by excess carriers in the conduction band induced by the laser disappears due to enhanced electron-electron scattering. Read More

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