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Stable Metallic 1T‐WS2 Nanoribbons Intercalated with Ammonia Ions: The Correlation between Structure and Electrical/Optical Properties

with zigzag chain superlattices, highly stabilized by ammonia‐ion intercalation, are produced using a facile bottom‐up process. The atomic structure of the nanoribbons, including W–W reconstruction and W–S distorted octahedral coordination, results in distinctive electrical transport and optical Ram... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials September 2015, Vol.27(33), pp.4837-4844
Main Author: Liu, Qin
Other Authors: Li, Xiuling , Xiao, Zhangru , Zhou, Yu , Chen, Haipin , Khalil, Adnan , Xiang, Ting , Xu, Junqing , Chu, Wangsheng , Wu, Xiaojun , Yang, Jinlong , Wang, Chengming , Xiong, Yujie , Jin, Chuanhong , Ajayan, Pulickel M. , Song, Li
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201502134
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title: Stable Metallic 1T‐WS2 Nanoribbons Intercalated with Ammonia Ions: The Correlation between Structure and Electrical/Optical Properties
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  • Liu, Qin
  • Li, Xiuling
  • Xiao, Zhangru
  • Zhou, Yu
  • Chen, Haipin
  • Khalil, Adnan
  • Xiang, Ting
  • Xu, Junqing
  • Chu, Wangsheng
  • Wu, Xiaojun
  • Yang, Jinlong
  • Wang, Chengming
  • Xiong, Yujie
  • Jin, Chuanhong
  • Ajayan, Pulickel M.
  • Song, Li
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  • 1t‐Ws 2
  • Ammonia‐Ion Intercalation
  • Electrical And Optical Properties
  • Stable Metallic Phase
  • Theory Calculations
ispartof: Advanced Materials, September 2015, Vol.27(33), pp.4837-4844
description: with zigzag chain superlattices, highly stabilized by ammonia‐ion intercalation, are produced using a facile bottom‐up process. The atomic structure of the nanoribbons, including W–W reconstruction and W–S distorted octahedral coordination, results in distinctive electrical transport and optical Raman scattering properties that are very different from semiconducting 2H‐WS. The correlations between structure and properties are further confirmed by theory calculations.
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abstractwith zigzag chain superlattices, highly stabilized by ammonia‐ion intercalation, are produced using a facile bottom‐up process. The atomic structure of the nanoribbons, including W–W reconstruction and W–S distorted octahedral coordination, results in distinctive electrical transport and optical Raman scattering properties that are very different from semiconducting 2H‐WS. The correlations between structure and properties are further confirmed by theory calculations.
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