Reflectivity of Cr1/3TaS2 and its Kramers-Kronig Analysis
As a member of the layered transition metal dichalcogenides (TMD’S), TaS2 has attracted considerable research interest because of its unusual physical properties such as charge density waves and other quasi-two-dimensional behavour. Rich in polytypism, it is also very interesting following intercalation. Varieties of chemical species and substances have been intercalated (see e.g. SUBBA RAO et al ). Apart from the potential industrial application (see e.g. WHITTINGHAM ; JOHNSON et al ) employing some of the intercalation complexes such as lithium titanium disulphide, there is also the need to understand the various mechanisms involved in intercalation .
KeywordsDielectric Function Charge Density Wave Potential Industrial Application Considerable Research Interest Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
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