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Raman Imaging of Surface and Sub-Surface Graphene Oxide in Fiber Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites

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Author(s)

Amber D. McCreary, Qi An, Aaron M. Forster, Kunwei Liu, Siyao He, Chris Macosko, Andreas Stein, Angela R. Hight Walker

Abstract

The incorporation of nanofillers, such as graphene oxide (GO) into fiber reinforced polymer composites to improve their mechanical properties is a significant research area for a variety of industrial applications. However, to date there is no reliable method to visualize the microstructure of the graphene oxide near the fiber-resin interface for low loadings (i.e.
Citation
Carbon
Volume
143

Keywords

microstructure, Raman, graphene oxide, dispersion, fiber reinforced nanocomposites

Citation

McCreary, A. , An, Q. , Forster, A. , Liu, K. , He, S. , Macosko, C. , Stein, A. and Hight, A. (2019), Raman Imaging of Surface and Sub-Surface Graphene Oxide in Fiber Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites, Carbon, [online], https://doi.org/10.1016/j.carbon.2018.11.014 (Accessed December 8, 2021)
Created March 1, 2019, Updated April 25, 2019