The Structure and Physical Properties of Composites Formed from Molybdenum Sulfide

Authors L.S. Yablon1 , I.М. Budzulyak1 , M.V. Karpets2, V.V. Strelchuk3 , S.I. Budzulyak3, I.P. Yaremiy1 , О.М. Hemiy1 , О.V. Morushko1
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1 Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathion National University 57, Shevchenko St., 76018 Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

2 Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science

3 V.E. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics NAS of Ukraine, 41, Nauki Prosp., 03028 Kyiv-28, Ukraine

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Issue Volume 8, Year 2016, Number 2
Dates Received 23 February 2016; published online 21 June 2016
Citation L.S. Yablon, I.М. Budzulyak, M.V. Karpets, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 8 No 2, 02029 (2016)
DOI 10.21272/jnep.8(2).02029
PACS Number(s) 82.45.Yz, 82.47.Uv, 71.20.Tx
Keywords Composite MoS2/C, Nanoporous carbon (3) , Raman (37) , Electrical conductivity (10) .
Annotation It was found that the composite MoS2/C with increasing carbon content increases parameter of lattice с. In this composite Raman spectra revealed two intense phonon bands first order G and D at ~ 1591 cm – 1 and 1354 cm – 1, respectively, which are caused by inelastic scattering of light by fluctuations sp2-bound carbon atoms. Established that the molybdenum sulphide at a temperature of 650 °C is observed exothermic effect caused by desorption of oxygen and water. It is shown that the mechanical mixing nanoporous carbon disulfide molybdenum leads to a sharp increase in conductivity resulting composite.

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