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The spectroelectrochemistry of double-wall carbon nanotubes (DWCNTs) has also been investigated [2, 90–97]. Nevertheless, the understanding of the eﬀect of the doping is more diﬃcult in DWCNTs. In general, the charge is located mostly on the outer tubes; hence, there is a diﬀerence between the doping level of the inner and outer tubes. The distinct doping eﬀects for inner and outer tubes are observed in the RBM modes and in the D and G′ bands as well. For doped DWCNTs, both the D and G′ bands split into two components upon electrochemical 17 18 1 Properties of Carbon: An Overview charging, in which case the mode at higher frequency is assigned to the outer tubes, since they bleach more rapidly [90, 91, 98].
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