Abstract

We discuss the design of an optical system that allows measurement of 600–1650 nm emission spectra for individual nanoparticles (NPs), laser-heated in an electrodynamic trap in controlled atmospheres. An approach to calibration of absolute intensity versus wavelength for very low emission intensities is discussed, and examples of NP graphite and carbon black spectra are used to illustrate the methodology.

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