Surface Water Dependent Properties of Sulfur-Rich Molybdenum Sulfides: Electrolyteless Gas Phase Water Splitting.

@article{Daeneke2017SurfaceWD,
  title={Surface Water Dependent Properties of Sulfur-Rich Molybdenum Sulfides: Electrolyteless Gas Phase Water Splitting.},
  author={Torben Daeneke and Nripen Dahr and P. B. Atkin and Rhiannon M. Clark and Christopher J. Harrison and Robert Brklja{\vc}a and N. Neelakanda Pillai and Bao Yue Zhang and Ali Zavabeti and Samuel James Ippolito and Kyle J Berean and Jian Zhen Ou and Michael S. Strano and Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 7},
  pages={
          6782-6794
        }
}
Sulfur-rich molybdenum sulfides are an emerging class of inorganic coordination polymers that are predominantly utilized for their superior catalytic properties. Here we investigate surface water dependent properties of sulfur-rich MoSx (x = 32/3) and its interaction with water vapor. We report that MoSx is a highly hygroscopic semiconductor, which can reversibly bind up to 0.9 H2O molecule per Mo. The presence of surface water is found to have a profound influence on the semiconductor's… CONTINUE READING
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