Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy from Adsorbates on Silver: Evidence for the “Adatom Model”
The present state of the field of surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) and different tentative explanations have been overviewed in Ref. 1 (representing the state of information at Oct. 1, 1980). Therefore, in this abstract, we will only shortly review the experimental work of the research group at the University of Düsseldorf and our tentative explanation.
KeywordsSurface Enhance Raman Scattering Background Intensity Cyanide Group Silver Film Tentative Explanation
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