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Influence of the nanoparticles agglomeration state in the quantum-confinement effects: Experimental evidences
3.M.S. Martín-González, M.A. García, J.L. Costa-Krämer, I. Lorite, F. Rubio-Marcos, N. Carmona, and J.F. Fernández, J. Electrochem. Soc. 15, E31-E35 (2010).
13.J.F. Fernández Lozano, I. Lorite Villalba, F. Rubio Marcos, J.J. Romero, M.A. García García-Tuñón, A. Quesada Michelena, M.S. Martín González, and J.L. Costa Kramer, patent # WO2010/010220 A1.
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The agglomeration state facilitates particle-particle interaction which produces important effects in the phonon confinement effects at the nanoscale. A partial phonon transmission between close nanoparticles yields a lower momentum conservation relaxation than in a single isolated nanoparticle. It means a larger red shift and broadening of the Raman modes than the expected ones for Raman quantum confinement effects. This particle-particle interaction can drive to error when Raman responses are used to estimate the size of the nanoscaled materials. In this work different corrections are suggested to overtake this source of error.
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