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CVD Method Monolayer MoS2 Film

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CAS-No.: 1317-33-5 (MoS2); 1344-28-1 (Sapphire); 60676-86-0 (SiO2)

High-quality monolayer molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) film from ACS Material are available on 8mm x 8mm SiO2 and sapphire substrates and are prepared by chemical vapor deposition. CVD monolayer molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) film are excellent for microscopic analysis, photoluminescence research, and Raman spectroscopy studies. In addition, MoS2 monolayer films act as a direct bandgap semiconductor. Applications include photovoltaic solar cells, sensors, photodetectors, FETs, and many others.

CVD monolayer MoS2 film is one of the many high-quality nanomaterials available at ACS Material from our graphene-like materials series. Our CVD samples are created using our own proprietary CVD method and are held to stringent quality control standards to ensure that each monolayer MoS2 film has excellent reproducibility. Research labs trust ACS Material to consistently provide first-rate nanomaterials. This, in addition to reasonable prices and outstanding customer service, makes us the only resource you need for graphene, MoS2 films, and other nanoparticles.

Find CVD monolayer MoS2 film online today at ACS Material. Contact us for product details and specifications.

1. Preparation Method

CVD Method

2. Characterizations

Substrate:

SiO2/Sapphire

Size:

8 mm*8 mm

Thickness

0.6-0.8 nm

 Typical Microscope Image of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

Typical Microscope Image of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

 Typical Raman of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

Typical Raman of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

Typical Optical Spectrum of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

Typical Optical Spectrum of ACS Material Monolayer MoS2 Film on SiO2/Sapphire (8mm x 8mm)

3. Application Fields

An excellent device material for studying the number of layers and fluorescence effects.

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