Raman spectroscopy at the edges of multilayer graphene

@article{Li2015RamanSA,
  title={Raman spectroscopy at the edges of multilayer graphene},
  author={Q. Q. Li and X. Zhang and W. P. Han and Y. Lu and Wei Shi and J. B. Wu and Pingheng Tan},
  journal={Carbon},
  year={2015},
  volume={85},
  pages={221-224}
}

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