Titanium Disilicide Powder / TiSi2 Powder (TiSi2, 30um, 99.5%)
|Titanium Disilicide Powder / TiSi2 Powder (TiSi2, 30um, 99.5%)|
|Product No.||CAS No.||Formula||Molecular Weight||APS||Purity||Color||Form|
|NRE-3073||12039-83-7||TiSi2||104.04g/mol||30um(can be customized)||99.5%||Black||Powder|
|Certificate of Analysis|
Titanium Disilicide Powder
Hydrogen and oxygen evolve from water using semiconductors.
And the light is an important issue in exploitation.
Of solar radiation as sustainable energy. However, a
The main disadvantage of most research in this field is related to
The fact that even the appropriate semiconductors are not
easily accessible, it absorbs solar radiation inefficiently
to produce hydrogen only sacrificially (i.e. the catalyst
degrades). We present titanium disilicide (TiSi2) as a
the prototype for the new and promising class of silicon semiconductors,
Which, to date, have not been used for the division of water.
These semiconductor materials are cheap and abundant.
One disadvantage could be its poor stability (in
detail of TiSi2 in water). However, we anticipate it
Sufficient passivation of TiSi2 due to the limited form of oxides.
I could make this project successful.
The light absorption characteristics of TiSi2 are ideal for
Solar applications: broadband reflectance measurements.
shows an interval between 3.4 eV (about 360 nm) and 1.5 eV
(about 800 nm) for TiSi2 (Figure 1). This behavior is atypical of
semiconductors since these materials tend to show small dimensions
the band gap widens. Determination of the quasi-steady level of
The electrons at pH 7 of our catalyst showed values of 0.43 eV and 0.41 eV before and during a reaction, respectively; the
The latter energy level still meets the physical requirement for the
Proton reduction to form hydrogen.