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Perspectives on Raman spectroscopy of graphene-based systems: from the perfect two-dimensional surface to charcoal

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Abstract

Raman spectroscopy has been already established as a powerful tool for characterizing the different types of carbon nanostructures, ranging from the highly ordered two-dimensional graphene and one-dimensional nanotubes, down to disordered materials, like nanographite and charcoal. Here we focus on the recent advances of Raman spectroscopy within carbon nanoscience. We discuss in situ nano-manipulation and Raman imaging for addressing controlled perturbations; multi-technique work for the development of nanometrology; crossing the diffraction limit with near-field optics for high resolution imaging. Finally, the applications of Raman spectroscopy in cross-referenced fields, like biotechnology and soil science, are discussed.

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The article was received on 30 Jul 2012, accepted on 14 Sep 2012 and first published on 16 Oct 2012


Article type: Perspective
DOI: 10.1039/C2CP42621H
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2012,14, 15246-15256

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    Perspectives on Raman spectroscopy of graphene-based systems: from the perfect two-dimensional surface to charcoal

    A. Jorio and L. G. Cançado, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2012, 14, 15246
    DOI: 10.1039/C2CP42621H

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