Raman Spectrum of Graphite

@article{Tuinstra1970RamanSO,
  title={Raman Spectrum of Graphite},
  author={F. Tuinstra and Jack L. Koenig},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Physics},
  year={1970},
  volume={53},
  pages={1126-1130}
}
Raman spectra are reported from single crystals of graphite and other graphite materials. Single crystals of graphite show one single line at 1575 cm−1. For the other materials like stress‐annealed pyrolitic graphite, commercial graphites, activated charcoal, lampblack, and vitreous carbon another line is detected at 1355 cm−1. The Raman intensity of this band is inversely proportional to the crystallite size and is caused by a breakdown of the k‐selection rule. The intensity of this band… 

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