Highly crystalline ZrTe3 ribbons for exfoliation Highly crystalline ZrTe3 ribbons for exfoliation XRD data on ZrTe3 CDW crystals - High quality flux zone grown ZrTe3 crystals - 2Dsemiconductors USA Raman spectrum data on ZrTe3 CDW crystals - High quality flux zone grown ZrTe3 crystals - 2Dsemiconductors USA

ZrTe3 nanoribbons

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Zirconium tritelluride (ZrTe3) is a semimetal exhibiting charge density wave (CDW) at around 60-70K and superconducting phenomena (Tc~2-5K). It belongs to the group-IV transition metal trichalcogenides. ZrTe3 nanoribbons and microribbons are directly grown onto Zr foils using vapor liquid solid (VLS) growth technique to yield highly crystalline nano- micro-ribbons. This product is designed to easily collect and exfoliate these nanoribbons to monolayer sheets of ZrTe3. These ZrTe3 

Properties of ZrTe3 vdW nanoribbons and microribbons ready for exfoliation

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 Raman spectrum collected from ZrTe3 crystals

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XRD data collected from ZrTe3 CDW crystals

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Related literature

Single layer of MX3 (M = Ti, Zr; X = S, Se, Te): A new platform for nano-electronics and optics; Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys.,2015, 17, 18665 [Link]

Angle resolved vibrational properties of anisotropic transition metal trichalcogenide nanosheets; Nanoscale, 2017,9, 4175-4182 [Link]

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    Zirconium tritelluride (ZrTe3) is a semimetal exhibiting charge density wave (CDW) at around 60-70K and superconducting phenomena (Tc~2-5K). It belongs to the group-IV transition metal trichalcogenides. ZrTe3 nanoribbons and microribbons are directly grown onto Zr foils using vapor liquid solid (VLS) growth technique to yield highly crystalline nano- micro-ribbons. This product is designed to easily collect and exfoliate these nanoribbons to monolayer sheets of ZrTe3. These ZrTe3 

    Properties of ZrTe3 vdW nanoribbons and microribbons ready for exfoliation

    zrte3-vls-properties.png

     Raman spectrum collected from ZrTe3 crystals

    zrte3-raman.png

    XRD data collected from ZrTe3 CDW crystals

    zrte3-xrd.png

     

    Related literature

    Single layer of MX3 (M = Ti, Zr; X = S, Se, Te): A new platform for nano-electronics and optics; Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys.,2015, 17, 18665 [Link]

    Angle resolved vibrational properties of anisotropic transition metal trichalcogenide nanosheets; Nanoscale, 2017,9, 4175-4182 [Link]