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7. Functionalization of two‐dimensional transition‐metal dichalcogenides

Xin Chen, Aidan R McDonald – 2016

Two-dimensional (2D) layered transition-metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) are a fascinating class of nanomaterials that have the potential for application in catalysis, electronics, photonics, energy storage, and sensing. TMDs are rather inert, and thus pose problems for chemical derivatization. However, to further modify the properties of TMDs and fully harness their capabilities, routes towards their chemical functionalization must be identified. Herein, recent efforts toward the chemical (bond-forming) functionalization of 2D TMDs are critically reviewed. Recent successes are highlighted, along with areas where further detailed analyses and experimentation are required. This burgeoning field is very much in its infancy but has already provided several important breakthroughs.

Title
7. Functionalization of two‐dimensional transition‐metal dichalcogenides
Author
Xin Chen, Aidan R McDonald
Date
2016
Identifier
doi.org/10.1002/adma.201505345
Type
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