Anisotropic transition metal trichalcogenide material TiS3 is available at 2Dsemiconductors USA. TiS3 is a layered material like MoS2 and other layered systems. However, the crystal displays strong crystalline anisotropy which results in direction dependent properties like thermal conductivity, electronic mobility, and excitonic binding energies. Recent studies have proposed TiS3 as high carrier mobility 2D transistors , new IR material , as well as polarized emission material [2,3]. In a typical order, a large number of layered needle like sheets are contained in a capsule sealed under Argon environment.
Crystals have been characterized by TEM, XPS, SIMS, Raman, and XRD and possess perfect 1:3 stoichiometry and defect density less than 1 defects / 10,000 unit cells.
Crystal size ~ 1 cm
- High carrier mobility semiconductor
- 2D anisotropic semiconductor
- 2D Catalytic material
 "Anisotropic infrared light emission from quasi-one-dimensional layered TiS3" Just Accepted Manuscript 2Dmaterials (2019)
 "Titanium Trisulfide Monolayer: Theoretical Prediction of a New Direct-Gap Semiconductor with High and Anisotropic Carrier Mobility"; Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2015 Jun 22;54(26):7572-6 [Link]
 Unusual lattice vibration characteristics in whiskers of the pseudo-one-dimensional titanium trisulfide TiS3; Nature Communications volume 7, Article number: 12952 (2016) doi:10.1038/ncomms12952 [Link]
 Titanium trisulfide (TiS3): a 2D semiconductor with quasi-1D optical and electronic properties; Scientific Reports volume 6, Article number: 22214 (2016) [Link]
 Angle resolved vibrational properties of anisotropic transition metal trichalcogenide nanosheets; Nanoscale, 2017,9, 4175-4182 [Link]
Publications from this product
The band structure of the quasi-one-dimensional layered semiconductor TiS3(001); Appl. Phys. Lett. 112, 052102 (2018)
Anisotropic infrared light emission from quasi-one-dimensional layered TiS