Multi-walled TaS2 nanotubes are synthesized from anodized Ta2O5 nanotube templates in a gas-phase reaction, with control over the length, diameter, and number of TaS2 layers within a nanotube. TaS2 nanotubes exhibit elevated superconducting transition temperatures and suppressed charge density wave transition temperatures compared to bulk, offering a straightforward method of characterizing other transition metal dichalcogenide materials in reduced dimensions.
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