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33 eV) from a Nd:YVO4 laser for 180 min. The irradiation power level in a focal spot of 1 μm in diameter on the sample was kept at ~20 mW. 5×10−4 Pa, respectively. 2. Change in D band by heating Figure 7 shows D and G bands in the Raman spectrum for a pristine CoMoCAT SWCNT sample. The corresponding radial breathing modes (RBMs) are also shown in the inset in the figure. The spectral peaks are fitted with Lorentzian lines. 8 nm, which cor‐ responds to typical mean diameter of CoMoCAT ones .
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