An educational webinar from Materials Today is coming soon:
- Topic: Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy as a Characterization Tool for Graphene and Carbon Nanostructures
- When: Tuesday March 9th, 2010
- Time: 16h00 GMT, 11h00 EST
- Duration: 1 hour
Registration is free. Simply, follow this link to reserve your place.
Raman spectroscopy is a laser light scattering technique, if you like a form of vibrational spectroscopy that records vibrations of covalent bonds and provides detailed molecular information, ideal in the elucidation of carbon nanomaterials.
There are references to the use of carbon nanomaterials in just about every area of material science today because of the amazing range of properties offered by these materials. Raman spectroscopy has emerged from this early work as one of the key characterization tools for understanding this novel class of material. This webinar will introduce you to what Raman spectroscopy can tell you about carbon nanotubes, graphene, and other carbon nanomaterials.
If you are working with Carbon nanomaterials or looking to begin working with Carbon nanomaterials and you are not familiar with Raman spectroscopy then this webinar would be a great way to learn about what Raman can offer to Carbon nanomaterial characterization.