Phosphogypsum can be used as an intermediary material to produce cement clinker. To monitor the quality of phosphogypsum cement, a novel molecular layer deposition X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis method using a glass frit was developed.
The “selective fluorescence quenching effects” of Fe3+ ions on carbon dots are examined to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the interactions of metal ions with a variety of fluorescent materials.
Using confocal Raman imaging and other advanced measurement techniques, we study the localized strain characteristics of tungsten diselenide (WSe2),
an important nanomaterial used for optoelectronic device applications.
Polymers contain practically every infrared functional group imaginable. Now that we understand infrared functional groups from previous articles, it is time to look at the spectra of polymers in greater detail.