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Raman spectroscopy: Enhanced by organic surfaces

Nature Materials volume 16, pages 878880 (2017) | Download Citation

Nanostructured films of organic semiconductors are now shown to enhance the Raman signal of probe molecules, paving the way to the realization of substrates for Raman spectroscopy with molecular selectivity.

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