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Thursday, September 23 at 11 am EDT (3 p.m. UTC/GMT)

Obtaining Representative Raman Spectra from Carbon Nanotubes

Posted on September 15th, 2010

Getting a representative and reproducible Raman spectrum from samples of carbon nanomaterials is important for both producers and users. Sample preparation, Raman sampling, and measurement conditions all have an impact on the spectrum obtained from carbon nanotubes. This 30-minute webinar provides insight into how to optimize each of these factors and will allow you to obtain representative Raman data for carbon nanotubes produced or used in your process.

Who Should Attend

* Carbon Nanotube Manufacturers
* Materials Formulators
* Polymer Composite Groups
* Quality Control Engineers in Nanotech
* Anyone looking to improve processes in nanomaterials

What You Learn

* Proper sample prep for nanomaterials
* Setting up experimental measure conditions
* Optimizing Raman sample collection
* Thermo Scientific tools for Raman characterization

Register at: www.accelacomm.com/jaw/ntnem/35/51118278/

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