NiTe2 is a layered compound with similar structural characteristics as other transition dichalcogenides (TMDs) family members with the chemical formula of MX2 (where M = transition metal and X = chalcogen). Each layer consists of 2D hexagonal arrangement of Ni atoms sandwiched between Te atoms in thermodynamically stable 1T phase. So far NiTe2 crystals have shown rather exotic quantum effects including superconductivity, topological behavior, and others owing to its rich Fermi surface and colossal density of states at the Fermi level.
Our NiTe2 crystals have been produced using self flux technique to avoid large contaminants from commonly used chemical vapor transport technique. Our processes have been engineered to yield single crystal flakes with perfect exfoliation characteristics with ultimate crystalline purity and quality. All of our products come with 100% customer satisfaction rule with excellent customer service and support features.
The properties of vdW NiTe2 crystals
Sample size Each order contains ~5-7 mm sized crystals Material properties 2D topological and superconducting crystal Crystal structure Monoclinic phase Unit cell parameters a=b=0.389 nm; c=0.523 nm; α=β=90; γ=120° Production method Self flux zone (99.9999% purity) Other characteristics
- Environmentally stable
- Easy to exfoliate
- No hidden NiTe or pure Ni phases