Local structure of technologically modified g-GeS2: resonant Raman and absorption edge spectroscopy combined with ab initio calculations

@inproceedings{Holomb2005LocalSO,
  title={Local structure of technologically modified g-GeS2: resonant Raman and absorption edge spectroscopy combined with ab initio calculations},
  author={R. Holomb and Patrik Johansson and Vladimir M. Mitsa and Ivan Rosola},
  year={2005}
}
We have used resonant Raman and absorption edge spectroscopy together with first-principle calculations in order to study the structure of GeS2 glasses (g-GeS2). The glasses were prepared under different melt temperatures and cooling rates, which are shown to significantly influence the g-GeS2 structure at the nano-scale. The combined use of Raman spectroscopy and ab initio calculations reveals the origin of the molecular level electronic structure and its connection to the interesting… CONTINUE READING

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