Intercalation Compounds of Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides

  • K. Motizuki
  • N. Suzuki
Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 27)


Layered compounds such as graphite and transition-metal dichalcogenide are interesting materials in their own right, and at the same time they are very important as mother materials for intercalation compounds. Intercalation means insertion of guest atoms, ions or molecules between layers of layered compounds, and the resultant substances produced by the intercalation process are called “intercalation compounds” or “intercalates”. The central purpose of intercalation lies in synthesizing materials with new functions different from those of the mother materials. Graphite intercalation compounds have been investigated for a long time in comparison with intercalation in transition-metal dichalcogenides. In this chapter, however, we focus our attention to the latter. For the graphite intercalation compounds the reader should consult [5.1].


Bond Order Hall Coefficient Ferromagnetic State Electronic Band Structure Intercalation Compound 
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