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Mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial: 2D ultranarrow MoS2 inorganic nanoribbons encapsulated in quasi-1D carbon nanotubes

Quasi-one-dimensional nanotubes and two-dimensional nanoribbons are two fundamental forms of nanostructures, and integrating them into a novel mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial is fascinating and challenging. We have synthesized a stable mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial consisting of MoS(2) inorg... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Chemical Society 06 October 2010, Vol.132(39), pp.13840-7
Main Author: Wang, Zhiyong
Other Authors: Li, Hong , Liu, Zheng , Shi, Zujin , Lu, Jing , Suenaga, Kazu , Joung, Soon-Kil , Okazaki, Toshiya , Gu, Zhennan , Zhou, Jing , Gao, Zhengxiang , Li, Guangping , Sanvito, Stefano , Wang, Enge , Iijima, Sumio
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title: Mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial: 2D ultranarrow MoS2 inorganic nanoribbons encapsulated in quasi-1D carbon nanotubes
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  • Wang, Zhiyong
  • Li, Hong
  • Liu, Zheng
  • Shi, Zujin
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  • Joung, Soon-Kil
  • Okazaki, Toshiya
  • Gu, Zhennan
  • Zhou, Jing
  • Gao, Zhengxiang
  • Li, Guangping
  • Sanvito, Stefano
  • Wang, Enge
  • Iijima, Sumio
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  • Disulfides -- Chemistry
  • Molybdenum -- Chemistry
  • Nanostructures -- Chemistry
  • Nanotubes, Carbon -- Chemistry
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description: Quasi-one-dimensional nanotubes and two-dimensional nanoribbons are two fundamental forms of nanostructures, and integrating them into a novel mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial is fascinating and challenging. We have synthesized a stable mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial consisting of MoS(2) inorganic nanoribbons encapsulated in carbon nanotubes (which we call nanoburritos). This route can be extended to the synthesis of nanoburritos composed of other ultranarrow transition-metal chalcogenide nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes. The widths of previously synthesized MoS(2) ribbons are greater than 50 nm, while the encapsulated MoS(2) nanoribbons have uniform widths down to 1-4 nm and layer numbers down to 1-3, depending on the nanotube diameter. The edges of the MoS(2) nanoribbons have been identified as zigzag-shaped using both high-resolution transmission electron microscopy and density functional theory calculations.
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abstractQuasi-one-dimensional nanotubes and two-dimensional nanoribbons are two fundamental forms of nanostructures, and integrating them into a novel mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial is fascinating and challenging. We have synthesized a stable mixed low-dimensional nanomaterial consisting of MoS(2) inorganic nanoribbons encapsulated in carbon nanotubes (which we call nanoburritos). This route can be extended to the synthesis of nanoburritos composed of other ultranarrow transition-metal chalcogenide nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes. The widths of previously synthesized MoS(2) ribbons are greater than 50 nm, while the encapsulated MoS(2) nanoribbons have uniform widths down to 1-4 nm and layer numbers down to 1-3, depending on the nanotube diameter. The edges of the MoS(2) nanoribbons have been identified as zigzag-shaped using both high-resolution transmission electron microscopy and density functional theory calculations.
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