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Solar hydrogen generation by nanoscale p-n junction of p-type molybdenum disulfide/n-type nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide.
Meng F, et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135(28), 10286-10289 (2013)
Nikhita D Mansukhani et al.
Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), 12(3), 294-300 (2015-12-01)
Conditions for the dispersion of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) in aqueous solution at concentrations up to 0.12 mg mL(-1) using a range of nonionic, biocompatible block copolymers (i.e., Pluronics and Tetronics) are identified. Furthermore, the optimal Pluronic dispersant for MoS2 is
Structure and catalytic properties of molybdenum sulfide nanoplatelets.
Elizondo-Villarreal N, et al.
Applied Catalysis A: General, 328(1), 88-97 (2007)
The super materials that could trump graphene.
Elizabeth Gibney
Nature, 522(7556), 274-276 (2015-06-19)
Sheneve Z Butler et al.
ACS nano, 7(4), 2898-2926 (2013-03-08)
Graphene's success has shown that it is possible to create stable, single and few-atom-thick layers of van der Waals materials, and also that these materials can exhibit fascinating and technologically useful properties. Here we review the state-of-the-art of 2D materials
Exploration of Nanostructured Functional Materials Based on Hybridization of Inorganic 2D Nanosheets
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 3847-3847 (2014)
Molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2) as a broadband saturable absorber for ultra-fast photonics.
Zhang H, et al.
Optics Express, 22(6), 7249-7260 (2014)
The influence of molybdenum disulfide nanoplatelets on the dispersion of nano silica in natural rubber composites.
Weng P, et al.
Applied Surface Science, 359(6), 782-789 (2015)
Laser light induced transformation of molybdenum disulphide-based nanoplatelet arrays.
Jagminas A, et al.
Scientific reports, 6(28), 37514-37514 (2016)
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