Angle-Resolved Polarized Raman Microscopy for Determining the Orientation of Carbon Nanotubes

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Author: Edinburgh Instruments
Thursday, March 28, 2024
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Determining the orientation of carbon nanotubes can expose crucial structural information about the material, which can help explain its properties and potential applications. A technique used to investigate this is angle-resolved polarized Raman microscopy. Carbon nanotube architectures are valuable in several technologies because of their attractive properties. Raman spectroscopy can analyze many properties of carbon nanotubes, including strain, diameter, and defects. Angle-resolved polarized Raman microscopy can determine carbon nanotube architectures' orientational axis and relative alignment.

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