V2C layered MXenes V2C V2C layered MXenes

V2C

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MXenes are a class of layered materials made from the precursor MAXene by removing the A element. Thus, they are named MXenes and they have a similar structure to graphene and other 2D layers. The precursor, V2AlC, is a member of MAX phases, which is a family of ternary carbide or nitride with the formula Mn+1AXn, where M is a transition metal, A is the main-group element, and X is C. We use our patent pending formula NaF-HCl solution etching process. Special care is given to reducing the etching rate and eliminating secondary MAX phases in order that 100% pure, perfectly layered, and purity higher than 99.999% can be achieved. The entire process starts from the precursor V2AlC and ends with V2C after pulsed NaF-HCl etching process. These MXenes have many important applications in battery, storage, catalysis, magnetism, and electronics. Each order contains 250mg of V2C vdW crystallites.

Atomic structure of MXene V2C

v2c-atomic-structure.png

 

SEM images collected from MXene V2C vdW layers

V2C MXene crystals and collected SEM images

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    MXenes are a class of layered materials made from the precursor MAXene by removing the A element. Thus, they are named MXenes and they have a similar structure to graphene and other 2D layers. The precursor, V2AlC, is a member of MAX phases, which is a family of ternary carbide or nitride with the formula Mn+1AXn, where M is a transition metal, A is the main-group element, and X is C. We use our patent pending formula NaF-HCl solution etching process. Special care is given to reducing the etching rate and eliminating secondary MAX phases in order that 100% pure, perfectly layered, and purity higher than 99.999% can be achieved. The entire process starts from the precursor V2AlC and ends with V2C after pulsed NaF-HCl etching process. These MXenes have many important applications in battery, storage, catalysis, magnetism, and electronics. Each order contains 250mg of V2C vdW crystallites.

    Atomic structure of MXene V2C

    v2c-atomic-structure.png

     

    SEM images collected from MXene V2C vdW layers

    V2C MXene crystals and collected SEM images