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Raman and Nanotechnology

The characterization of carbon nanotubes and graphene can be rapidly done using Raman spectroscopy, which has the ability to distinguish between the various structures of the single-walled nanotubes. The number of layers in a nanomaterial can also be determined by the use of Raman spectroscopy, as can the order of the materials. Analysis of nanomaterials for purity and quality can also be achieved by Raman spectroscopy.

Graphene is the revolutionary carbon nanomaterial made up of honeycomb carbon atoms known for its unique characteristics and vast number of uses. In this application note, find out how B&WTek can help you to analyze quickly and efficiently different carbon nanomaterials, including graphene, demonstrating our technology’s ability to accurately gather critical information needed by the manufacturers.

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