1 cm sized BiTe crystals Bismuth Telluride (BiTe) Raman spectrum of BiTe Bismuth Telluride (BiTe)

Bismuth Telluride (BiTe)

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Bismuth telluride (BiTe) is an intermediate composition material in Bismuth chalcogen material family. It exhibits rather unusual material properties including topological response, low temperature superconductivity, semimatellicity, as well as CDWs. Bismuth telluride is one of our latest addition to 2D metals family. BiTe has also been theoretically predicted and recently experimentally demonstrated to be 2D thermoelectric material [1,2]. BiTe crystals come at perfect 001 orientation ready for mechanical exfoliation. Crystals are rated at 99.9999% (6N electronic grade purity) which is ideal for research purposes. 

BiTe single crystal characteristics

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Raman spectrum acquired from BiTe single crystals

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Crystal structure of BiTe crystal

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References

[1] The structures and thermoelectric properties of the infinitely adaptive series (Bi2)m(Bi2Te3)n [Article PDF

[2]  Control of crystal growth and thermoelectric properties of sputter-deposited BiTe thin films embedded with alumina nanoparticles CrystEngComm, 2016, 18, 9281–9285

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    Bismuth telluride (BiTe) is an intermediate composition material in Bismuth chalcogen material family. It exhibits rather unusual material properties including topological response, low temperature superconductivity, semimatellicity, as well as CDWs. Bismuth telluride is one of our latest addition to 2D metals family. BiTe has also been theoretically predicted and recently experimentally demonstrated to be 2D thermoelectric material [1,2]. BiTe crystals come at perfect 001 orientation ready for mechanical exfoliation. Crystals are rated at 99.9999% (6N electronic grade purity) which is ideal for research purposes. 

    BiTe single crystal characteristics

    bite-characteristics.png

    Raman spectrum acquired from BiTe single crystals

    bite-raman-spectrum.png

    Crystal structure of BiTe crystal

    bite-crystal.png

     

    References

    [1] The structures and thermoelectric properties of the infinitely adaptive series (Bi2)m(Bi2Te3)n [Article PDF

    [2]  Control of crystal growth and thermoelectric properties of sputter-deposited BiTe thin films embedded with alumina nanoparticles CrystEngComm, 2016, 18, 9281–9285