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In principle microwave heating could be used for the manufacture of composites. The effect upon the properties of the materials produced, however, needs to be established before the technique can be used with confidence. In this paper Raman spectroscopy has been used to evaluate the micromechanical properties of model carbon/epoxy composites post-cured using microwave heating compared to those of model composites post-cured using conventional convection heating. The results presented here fordoi:10.1515/secm.1998.7.1-2.23 fatcat:uji6xujwarasncgokyfpkk4rvi