Graphene has attracted a great deal of attention because of its unique electronic properties that were praised by the Nobel Prize in 2010. Graphene holds promise to become a material of choice for the next generation of photovoltaic cells, field-effect devices (FED), flexible electronics, advanced composite materials, biosensors and advanced membranes. Raman spectroscopy is an easy and non-destructive method that played a critical role in characterization of graphene materials.
The presentation will include an overview of several significant applications of Raman spectroscopy:
- measuring thickness
- monitoring chemical properties
- monitoring physical properties
This webinar will be helpful for anyone who is either just starting working with graphene materials or wanting to learn more about Raman spectroscopy.
When: July 28 2011, 16h00 (BST) / 11h00 (EST)