Characterization of composite materials by Evans, Charles A.; Ishida, Hatsuo; Brundle, C. Richard

By Evans, Charles A.; Ishida, Hatsuo; Brundle, C. Richard

Composite fabrics make their means into all features of contemporary technological society, yet really so for functions requiring nice energy and light-weight weight corresponding to within the aerospace undefined. simply because they're hybrid heterogeneous fabrics, they ca

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6). The carbonyl stretching modes were very strong in the normal Raman spectra of PIMH and PMDI but were weak in the SERS spectra. However, bands related to the axial CNC stretching mode and to a CX stretching mode of the benzene rings were strong in both normal Raman and SERS spectra of PIMH and PMDI, indicating that PIMH and PMDI were both adsorbed with a vertical configuration in which the carbonyl groups were parallel to the surface. A new band was observed near 690 cm–1 in SERS spectra and was attributed to the CNC deformation mode shifted upward by ionization of the imide nitrogen.

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