Carbon is the fourth most abundant element on Earth. It is the basis of all life and also plays a crucieal role in many technologies. In addition to the notorious diamond and graphite, we can also encounter graphene, single or multilayer nanotubes or fullerenes, the application of which is intensively studied in many fields of nanotechnology.
Various carbon nanostructures of carbon (allotropes) are the subject of research of nanosensors, biotechnologies, where they can work e.g. such as organ-growing matrices, drug carriers or gene transfer vectors, solar cells, water purification membranes, hydrogen storage and many other areas.
- Analysis of graphene and graphene composites
- Analysis of surface modifications of gold-coated nanostructures for SERS
- Portable BWTek analyzer for carbon nanostructures
- Determination of graphene layer thickness using Raman spectroscopy
- Study of deposition of graphene layers by carbon vapor using chemical imaging (Raman spectroscopy)
- Characterization of amorphous and microcrystalline silicon by Raman spectroscopy
- Measurement of diamond-like carbon films using dispersive Raman spectroscopy
- Chemical mapping of single-walled carbon nanotubes on phase-separated polystyrene and polymethyl methacrylate
- Evaluation of purification methods for single-walled nanostructures using Raman spectroscopy
- At-line characterization of carbon nanostructures