• Growth and characterisation of TaS2 single crystals

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      Single crystals of tantalum disulphide have been grown by a sublimation or direct vapour transport method. Crystals as large as 15×10×0·05 mm3 grew in the form of platelets and needles above the charge which was kept well distributed within the ampoule. Characterisation of the as-grown crystals has been carried out at room temperature by x-ray diffraction. Electrical conductivity and magnetic susceptibility measurements have also been made.

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      M K Agarwal1 J V Patel1 2 H B Patel1 3

      1. Department of Physics, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar - 388 120
      2. Department of Physics, Shree Jayendrapuri Arts and Science College, Broach - 392 002
      3. Department of Physics, Arts and Science College, Bhadran - 388 530
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