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Transition metal trichalcogenides form a class of layered materials with strong in-plane anisotropy. For example, titanium trisulfide (TiS[subscript 3]) whiskers are made out of weakly interacting TiS[subscript 3] layers, where

Transition metal trichalcogenides form a class of layered materials with strong in-plane anisotropy. For example, titanium trisulfide (TiS[subscript 3]) whiskers are made out of weakly interacting TiS[subscript 3] layers, where each layer is made of weakly interacting quasi-one-dimensional chains extending along the b axis. Here we establish the unusual vibrational properties of TiS[subscript 3] both experimentally and theoretically.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1038/ncomms12952
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    Wu, K., Torun, E., Sahin, H., Chen, B., Fan, X., Pant, A., . . . Tongay, S. (2016). Unusual lattice vibration characteristics in whiskers of the pseudo-one-dimensional titanium trisulfide TiS3. Nature Communications, 7, 12952. doi:10.1038/ncomms12952

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