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Frontispiece: High-Throughput Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy of One-Dimensional Materials

Frontispiece: High-Throughput Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy of One-Dimensional Materials
Cheng Chen, Can Liu, Jin Zhang, Fengrui Yao, Kaihui Liu, Feng Wang
Conventionally, the optical signal of individual carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is usually too weak to be probed under optical microscopes. By using a homodyne detection method, scattered light wave from the individual CNTs (ENT) interferes with the reference light (Eref), the intensity of carbon nanotube optical signal can be enhanced by two orders of magnitude, which makes it possible to acquire high-throughput optical images and wide-range spectra of individual nanotubes or horizontal arrays. For more information see the Concept article on by K. Liu et al. on page 9703 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201784161

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