Furthermore, the Raman analysis very close to the laser line allows a precise characterisation of the number of layers of a 2D material. Indeed, specific interlayer vibration modes are excited in this spectral range. Being able to have both spectroscopy techniques, photoluminescence and ultra-low frequency Raman on the same instrument is a vital feature to characterise these materials as much as possible.
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The NanoRaman system equipped with LabRAM Evolution being installed locally
In the polymer field, Raman microscopy has become one of