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Temperature evolution of composition, thermal, electrical and magnetic properties of $Ti_{3}C_{2}Tx$-MXene / Shreyas SRIVATSA, Waldemar TOKARZ, Janusz PRZEWOŹNIK, Tomasz Strączek, Krzysztof GRABOWSKI, Paweł RUTKOWSKI, Tadeusz UHL, Jan Kulawik, Dariusz KATA, Dominika MADEJ, Jerzy LIS, Czesław KAPUSTA // Materials [Dokument elektroniczny]. — Czasopismo elektroniczne ; ISSN 1996-1944. — 2024 — vol. 17 iss. 10 art. no. 2199, s. 1-16. — Wymagania systemowe: Adobe Reader. — Bibliogr. s. 14-16, Abstr. — Publikacja dostępna online od: 2024-05-08. — K. Grabowski - dod. afiliacja: Department of Robotics and Mechatronics, AGH University of Krakow ; T. Uhl - dod. afiliacja: Space Technology Centre, AGH University of Krakow

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thermalmagnetoresistanceMXenesspace applicationstitanium carbidelow temperature

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ID BaDAP153074
Data dodania do BaDAP2024-05-14
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Rok publikacji2024
Typ publikacjiartykuł w czasopiśmie
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MXenes are a family of two-dimensional nanomaterials. Titanium carbide MXene (Ti3C2Tx-MXene), reported in 2011, is the first inorganic compound reported among the MXene family. In the present work, we report on the study of the composition and various physical properties of Ti3C2Tx-MXene nanomaterial, as well as their temperature evolution, to consider MXenes for space applications. X-ray diffraction, thermal analysis and mass spectroscopy measurements confirmed the structure and terminating groups of the MXene surface, revealing a predominant single OH layer character. The temperature dependence of the specific heat shows a Debye-like character in the measured range of 2 K–300 K with a linear part below 10 K, characteristic of conduction electrons of metallic materials. The electron density of states (DOS) calculations for Ti3C2OH-MXene reveal a significant DOS value at the Fermi level, with a large slope, confirming its metallic character, which is consistent with the experimental findings. The temperature dependence of electrical resistivity of the MXene samples was tested for a wide temperature range (3 K–350 K) and shows a decrease on lowering temperature with an upturn at low temperatures, where negative magnetoresistance is observed. The magnetoresistance versus field is approximately linear and increases its magnitude with decreasing temperature. The magnetization curves are straight lines with temperature-independent positive slopes, indicating Pauli paramagnetism due to conduction electrons.

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