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Carbon nanotubes

Captured on camera

Images of individual carbon nanotubes with their respective optical spectra for chirality characterization are acquired directly on devices and growth substrates using a reflective polarized light microscopy set-up.

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Figure 1: Characterizing individual carbon nanotubes on substrates using polarized light microscopy.


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Graham, M. Captured on camera. Nature Nanotech 8, 894–895 (2013).

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