Advances in Raman Spectroscopic Characterization of Carbon Nanomaterials
Carbon nanomaterials continue to show great potential in a variety of applications that include microelectronics, energy harvesting and storage, advance composites, advanced surface treatment and membrane technologies.
Raman Spectroscopy, with its high-content information, offers an indispensible tool in understanding structural and chemical changes needed to advance carbon nanomaterials for a given application. This presentation will focus on characterizing graphene, carbon nanotubes, and diamond-like carbon films using Raman spectroscopy.
Learn how to:
- Generate vital qualitative and quantitative data
- Interpret Raman spectra for layer thickness, domain size and more
- Assess efficiency of carbon nanotube separation/purification methods
Watch this seminar here.