Identiï¬cation of mono- and few-layers graphene: Raman study
Keywords:RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY, GRAPHENE, GRAPHITE
AbstractIn this theoretical work, the Raman spectra were analyzed by considering the origin of the G peak, its shape, position and relative intensity as a function of the number of graphene layers. By using the spectral momentâ€™s method, the Raman spectra of mono, bi and few-layers of graphene are calculated and a good agreement was found with group theory concerning the number of the Raman-active modes and the Raman measurements. Our results provide a Raman analysis to evaluate the number of layers in multilayer graphene.
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