The main features of tin sulfide powder
Overview of tin sulfide powder
Tin disulfide is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula SnS2. It is a yellow hexagonal lamellar crystal with a crystal structure of CdI2. Almost insoluble in water, but soluble in aqua regia and hot alkali solution, also soluble in sodium sulfide solution. It is usually used to make golden paint.
The main features of tin sulfide powder
Tin disulfide is an n-type semiconductor material with a layered hexagonal CdI2 crystal structure and a band gap of about 2.35 eV; the wider band gap makes it have good optical and electrical properties, which can be used for holographic recording and electrical conversion System materials, solar cell materials and lithium electronic battery anode materials, etc. Due to the forbidden band width of tin disulfide and silicon, it is safe and environmentally friendly, and has a high absorption coefficient, which is very suitable for the absorption layer of solar cells. In recent years, it has become a research hotspot of domestic and foreign experts. paint etc.
Application of tin sulfide powder
Tin disulfide (SnS2) is a two-dimensional van der Waals semiconductor material with excellent optoelectronic properties. The material is non-toxic, environmentally friendly, rich in content and easy to prepare. Tin sulfide is semiconducting in nature and is mainly used in laboratory research, development and experimentation and is currently very active in the market.
Tin disulfide is an n-type semiconductor material with a layered hexagonal CdI2 crystal structure with a band gap of about 2.35 eV. The wide band gap makes it have good optoelectronic properties and can be used as materials for holographic recording and electrical conversion systems, solar cell materials and anode materials for lithium chemistry book batteries, etc.
Since the band gap of SnS2 tin sulfide powder is similar to that of silicon, it is safe and environmentally friendly, and has a high absorption coefficient, so it is very suitable for use as an absorber layer of solar cells. In recent years, it has become the focus of attention of domestic and foreign experts. Also available for imitation gold plating and fabrication. For paint etc.
Tin disulfide single crystals can be used to prepare single and multilayer SnS2 by mechanical or liquid exfoliation.
Tin disulfide powder is suitable for liquid chemical exfoliation to prepare SnS2 nanosheets and nanoparticles with as few layers as thin films.
Tin disulfide has high sensitivity and high surface activity. Exfoliated SnS monolayer or multilayer ultrathin films made from bulk crystals and powders have also been used in light emitters, field effect transistors (FETs), gas sensors and photodetectors. , thermoelectric photovoltaic and other fields and the application of lithium-ion batteries in energy storage devices.
Tin sulfide powder price
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Tin sulfide powder supplier
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|Stannic Sulfide Properties|
|Other Names||Tin(IV) sulfide, tin disulfide, tin dissulphide, tin sulfide,|
|tin(4+) dissulfide, SnS2 powder|
|Solubility in H2O||Insoluble|
|Stannic Sulfide Health & Safety Information|
|Transport Information||NONH for all modes of transport|