Work is devoted to detection of distinctive characteristics of allotropic forms of car-bon which would provide their identification from mixes. The complex analysis is offered by methods: the synchronous thermal analysis with studying of composition of the emitted gases and Raman spectroscopy. It was shown that researches of carbon structures and their mixes by the declared methods agree well and complement each other.

Key words: carbon allotropic modifications, synchronous thermal analysis, Raman spectroscopy, carbon nanotubes, purity assessment, properties characterization

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