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Preparation method of MoS2

Natural methods:
Molybdenum disulfide has excellent performance and broad application prospects, so a lot of researches have been done on the preparation and application of nano MoS2 at home and abroad.
MoS2 can be prepared by the natural method, namely molybdenum concentrate purification method, which removes the acid insoluble matter, SiO2, Fe, Cu in the molybdenum concentrate through a certain physical and chemical action. Impurities such as Ca and Pb are further refined to obtain nano-MoS2. The US company Climax Molybdenum used this method to produce MoS2. The nano MoS2 produced by this method can maintain the natural crystal form of MoS2 and has good lubricating property, and is suitable for being made into a lubricant. However, the purity of nano-MoS2 produced by the natural method is not high, and the purification technology needs to be further improved. When the temperature is lower than 400 °C, it is recommended to use MoS2 with lower cost when working under normal atmosphere, and have lubrication ability below 1300 °C. It is recommended to use MoS2 with lower cost.
Chemical synthesis
The synthesis method can produce sulfides with high purity, less impurities and fine particle size, and can prepare sulfides that meet different functional requirements. Therefore, the production of nano-sulfides by synthetic methods has been receiving much attention. At present, there are many preparation methods for nano-MoS2, such as thermal decomposition of ammonium tetrathiomolybdate, hydrogen sulfide or sulfur vapor reduction, high energy ball milling, carbon nanotube space limitation, hydrothermal synthesis, high energy physical methods and chemical methods. Combine and so on. In general, there are two preparation methods, which can directly react a tungsten source or a molybdenum source with a sulfur source to obtain nano MoS2, or firstly react a tungsten source or a molybdenum source with a sulfur source to obtain a precursor, and then pass the precursor through an appropriate one. The method is decomposed or reduced to MoS2.