The only commercially available flux zone grown VTe2 vdW crystals with good environmental stability and 6N or better purity.
VTe2 belongs to a member of group 5B TMDCs wherein vanadium atoms are sandwiched between tellurium atoms. VTe2 shows exceptional magnetic characteristics at the 2D limit and charge density response. Earlier studies on VTe2 has shown that this unique material exhibits the structural phase transition at ~480 K from the 1T phase to the low-temperature 1T′ phase and eventually to the low temperature CDW phase. The room temperature phase also known to depend on the number of layers used.
The properties of VTe2 vdW CDW and magnetic crystals
Sample size Each order contains mm sized crystal Material properties 2D magnet, CDW phase Crystal structure 1T and 1T' depending on temperature and number of layers Degree of exfoliation easy exfoliation characteristics Production method High electronic purity (6N or better) through self flux technique Other characteristics
- No transport agents
- Good stability
- Low defect concentration
- High electronic quality
Revealing flat bands near the Fermi level in 1T-VTe2 by using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
Phys. Rev. B 105, L041101 (2022)