|SUPERMAT Intl. & LLC Supermaterial|
|About Us||Macroscopic Quantum Phenomena
in 3D-ordered conjugated systems
|Discovery of nanopolyacetylene|
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|Custom Synthesis||Invitation to cooperation||Properties of nanopolyacetylene|
|Custom Research & Development||Introduction to Project||Current studies|
|Contact us||Executive Summary||Self-organization of nanopolyacetylene|
|Raman Labels||Nonadiabatic Raman scattering||Hyper-sensors||Invers-Peierls transition in quasi-1-D|
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Supermat Intl. develops three-dimensionally (3D) ordered nano-gels and nano-composites of polyacetylene (NPA) which characterized abnormally high intensity of resonant and non resonant Raman scattering. NPA can
be prepare in the form of solutions, gels, films and plates and retains optical properties under high power laser irradiation.
Raman spectroscopy is commonly used to analyze chemical structure of molecules and materials. It is successfully applied to a wide range systems in:
• external standards for calibration of spectrometer wavelength, laser wavelength, laser intensity and relative Raman scattering signal intensity
• external and internal standards and labels for quantitative Raman spectroscopy
• internal sensors for correction and stabilization of Raman scattering signal against laser power- and background fluctuations.
NPA is highly effective as a reference material for qualitative Raman measurements employing laser excitation wavelengths of 488 nm, 514 nm, 532 nm, 647 nm, 785 nm, and 1064 nm.