Characterizing Carbon Materials with Raman Spectroscopy
24 Nov 2014

This application note describes how Raman Spectroscopy is a very powerful and valuable technique for the characterization of carbon nanomaterials. Raman is particularly well suited to detect small changes in structural morphology of carbon nanomaterials making it an indispensable tool for many material scientists working with carbon nanostructures. Raman instruments are very fast and provide a great deal of flexibility in samples that can be accommodated. Every lab that is characterizing carbon nanomaterials will benefit from having access to Raman instrumentation.

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