This product contains full area coverage SnSe2 monolayers on c-cut sapphire substrates. Sample size measures 1cm in size and the entire sample surface contains monolayer thick SnSe2 sheet. Synthesized full area coverage monolayer SnSe2 is highly crystalline, some regions also display significant crystalline anisotropy.
|Sample size||1cm x 1cm square shaped|
|Substrate type||Sapphire c-cut (0001)|
|Coverage||Full monolayer coverage|
|Electrical properties||1.5 eV Indirect Gap Semiconductor|
|Crystal structure||Hexagonal Phase|
|Unit cell parameters||
a = b = 0.380, c = 0.612 nm, α = β = 90°, γ = 120°
|Production method||Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition (LPCVD)|
|Characterization methods||Raman, angle resolved Raman spectroscopy, photoluminescence, absorption spectroscopy TEM, EDS|
- Identification. Full coverage 100% monolayer SnSe2 uniformly covered across c-cut sapphire
- Physical dimensions. one centimeter in size. Larger sizes up to 2-inch wafer-scale available upon requests.
- Smoothness. Atomically smooth surface with roughness < 0.15 nm.
- Uniformity. Highly uniform surface morphology. SnSe2 monolayers uniformly cover across the sample.
- Purity. 99.9995% purity as determined by nano-SIMS measurements
- Reliability. Repeatable Raman and photoluminescence response
- Crystallinity. High crystalline quality, Raman response, and photoluminescence emission comparable to single crystalline monolayer flakes.
- Substrate. c-cut Sapphire but our research and development team can transfer SnSe2 monolayers onto variety of substrates including PET, quartz, and SiO2/Si without significant compromisation of material quality.
- Support. 2Dsemiconductors USA is an American owned, regulated, and operated company. Our customers are well-protected by international as well as strict American customer laws and regulations. We give full technical support and guarantee your satisfaction with our well-established customer
- Defect profile. SnSe2 monolayers do not contain intentional dopants or defects. However, our technical staff can produce defected SnSe2 using a-bombardment technique.