Review on Raman scattering in semiconductor nanowires: I. theory

@article{Cantarero2013ReviewOR,
  title={Review on Raman scattering in semiconductor nanowires: I. theory},
  author={A. Cantarero},
  journal={Journal of Nanophotonics},
  year={2013},
  volume={7}
}
  • A. Cantarero
  • Published 2013
  • Materials Science, Engineering
  • Journal of Nanophotonics
Abstract. Raman scattering is a nondestructive technique that is able to supply information on the crystal and electronic structures, strain, temperature, phonon–phonon, and electron–phonon interaction. In the particular case of semiconductor nanowires, Raman scattering provides additional information related to surfaces. Although correct, a theoretical approach to analyze the surface optical modes loses critical information when retardation is neglected. A comparison of the retarded and… Expand
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