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The transmitted pulse is then digitized, fast Fourier transformed (FFT), and low pass filtered to remove any high-frequency noise. Additional information about the approach can be found in ref. . 5 shows resulting absorption images of a representative single GO sheet acquired at (a) 405 nm, (b) 520 nm, and (c) 640 nm. 13 % (640 nm). Corresponding α-values (evaluated using Eq. 3 × 104 cm−1. Interestingly, individual sheets show varying α-value distributions (Fig. 5a–c; green and blue histograms) as compared to an ensemble distribution composed of 12 individual sheets (Fig.
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Graphene Oxide: Reduction Recipes, Spectroscopy, and Applications by Wei Gao