Multi-wavelength Raman and EPR spectroscopies have been used on ball-milled graphite to investigate the effect of varying crystallite size and defect concentration. A correlation between Raman ID/IG intensity ratio and EPR T1 spin lattice relaxation time of conduction electrons has been discovered which could represent an appealing characterization technique for graphitic materials.

A joint Raman and EPR spectroscopic study on ball-milled nanographites

TOMMASINI, MATTEO MARIA SAVERIO;CASTIGLIONI, CHIARA;ZERBI, GIUSEPPE;
2011

Abstract

Multi-wavelength Raman and EPR spectroscopies have been used on ball-milled graphite to investigate the effect of varying crystallite size and defect concentration. A correlation between Raman ID/IG intensity ratio and EPR T1 spin lattice relaxation time of conduction electrons has been discovered which could represent an appealing characterization technique for graphitic materials.
Graphite; Raman; EPR; SEM
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