Iron Telluride (FeTe)
FeTe is a iron based vdW layered superconductor. Iron Telluride (FeTe) is a member of layered materials. FeTe is considered as the parent material of the simplest family of iron-based superconductors. The crystal structure of iron telluride consists of a continuous stacking of FeTe layers, where a square-lattice layer of iron atoms is sandwiched between two twice-sparser layers of bonding chalcogen atoms. Crystals are grown using flux zone method which is known to produce well crystallized and defect free vdW superconductors.
The properties of FeTe crystals
Sample size Each order contains up to ~cm size crystals (combined) as shown in the images Material properties Superconducting, metallic Crystal structure Tetragonal FeSe is a superconductor with a transition temperature Tc of 8 K and shows a huge enhancement of Tc with applying pressure Degree of exfoliation Easy to exfoliate Production method Bridgman technique (flux zone grown crystals are available on demand) Other characteristics
- High electronic purity (6N or better)
- Single crystal
- Single phase
- Perfect stoichiometry