Efficient production of few-layer black phosphorus by liquid-phase exfoliation
Tiouitchi, Ghassane et al. (2020), Efficient production of few-layer black phosphorus by liquid-phase exfoliation, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3ffbg79g4
Phosphorene is a new 2D material that has recently attracted much attention owing to its fascinating electrical, optical, thermal, and chemical properties. Here, we report on high-quality exfoliation of black phosphorus nanosheets, with controllable size produced in large quantities by liquid phase exfoliation using N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP) as a solvent under ambient conditions. The as-synthesized few layers show a great potential for solar energy conversion based on the optical results shown in this work.
This data was collected from Raman spectroscopy measurements of all the samples, and the UV/visible absorption spectra for bulk, 13000 rpm and 15000 rpm samples.
United Arab Emirates University, Award: 31N312
United Arab Emirates University, Award: 31N393
Service Public de Wallonie, Award: 1510399