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Carbon nanotube surface attenuated infrared absorption
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10.1063/1.2837808
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FIG. 1.

(a) IR spectra of PPE and PPE-CNT complexes in the regions of 1900–1120 and (inset). The spectra were normalized at the peak and were offset vertically for better visual comparison. (b) The minimum energy structure of complex [SWNT (blue) and PPE: C (gray), H (white), and O (red)]. (c) The change during the vibration of a dipole parallel to the CNT surface induces the “image dipole” change in the opposite direction; the gray area represents a side view of a nanotube surface layer.

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Table I.

Relative intensities of major IR peaks in PPE-CNT complexes. The intensities of peaks were normalized for the comparison. As compared to pure PPE, some IR peaks in PPE-CNTs shift slightly downward.

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Scitation: Carbon nanotube surface attenuated infrared absorption
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10.1063/1.2837808
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