Special Issues-06-01-2018

Raman spectroscopy is ideal for at-line or online material analysis for manufacturers of graphene and other carbon nanomaterials to do materials characterization, product quality control, and process monitoring.

This new data-driven Raman spectroscopy (DDRS) method is capable of simultaneously measuring 12 hydrocarbon and nonhydrocarbon gases in the presence of matrix interferences.

Confocal Raman imaging and scanning electron microscopy are techniques that are ideally suited to correlating structural and chemical information as shown here on a variety of samples.

The hyphenation of rheology and Raman spectroscopy enabled a more holistic depiction of the crystallization process and provided unique insights into the formation of cocoa butter polymorph form IV.

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June 01, 2018

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