NbTe2 (Niobium Ditelluride)

NbTe2 Niobium Ditelluride NbTe2 is a metal and a superconductor with Tc ~0.7K. The layers are stacked together via van der Waals interactions and can be exfoliated into thin 2D layers. Niobium Ditelluride belongs to the group-V transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC). To buy NbTe2 crystals please click here.

The NbTe2 crystals produced at HQ Graphene have a typical lateral size of ~0.6-0.8 cm, plate shaped and have a metallic appearance. More information on the NbTe2 crystals we sell can be found below.

NbTe2 crystal properties
Crystal size ~8 mm
Electrical properties Metal, Superconductor (Tc~0.7K)
Crystal structure Monoclinic C
Unit cell parameters a = 1.470 nm, b = 0.364, c = 0.935 nm, α = γ = 90°, β = 108.0°
Monolayer properties Link to C2DB containing calculated properties
Type Synthetic
Purity >99.995 %
Characterized by XRD, Raman, EDX
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The single crystal NbTe2 is characterized using:

XRD: single crystal and powder X-ray diffraction (D8 Venture Bruker and D8 Advance Bruker)
EDX: Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy for stoichiometric analysis
Raman: 785 nm Raman system

Raman, XRD and EDX on NbTe2:

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X-ray diffraction on a NbTe2 single crystal aligned along the (101) plane. XRD was performed at room temperature using a D8 Venture Bruker. The 4 XRD peaks correspond, from left to right, to (h 0 l), with h = l = 1, 2, 3, 4

Powder X-ray diffraction (XRD) of a single crystal NbTe2. X-ray diffraction was performed at room temperature using a D8 Venture Bruker.

Stoichiometric analysis of a single crystal NbTe2 by Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX).

Raman spectrum of a single crystal NbTe2. Measurement was performed with a 785 nm Raman system at room temperature.


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