Ti3C2 MXene is two dimensional titanium carbide.
MXenes are a class of two-dimensional transition metal carbides, nitrides, or carbonitrides with thickness of a few atoms. They have the formula Mn+1Xn, where M is an transition metal (e.g., Ti, V, Nb), and X is C, N, or both. Ti3C2 has been the most studied MXene.
Because of their high electrical conductivity, MXenes are considered for various applications such as active materials and conductive additives for rechargeable battery, electromagnetic shielding materials, conductive films, and sensor materials.
MXene’s surface hydrophilicity makes it highly compatible with solution processes.
We have the non-exclusive patent license agreement with Drexel university.