MoSe2 is an important member of the transition metal dihalide (TMDC) family and has attracted widespread attention in various applications in electrochemistry, photocatalysis and photovoltaic systems. Its structure is similar to MoS2, but has some advantages over it. The layered structure of MoSe2 and the size and conductivity of Se provide a good opportunity to carry counterions in electrochemical energy storage systems. Unsaturated Se atoms at the edges and Se atoms on defect points or changed base planes have excellent electrocatalytic activity for hydrogen release reactions and similar electrocatalytic reactions. In addition, the tunable band gap of MoSe2 makes it a promising candidate for photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical solar cells. If you want more information, please contact us.