Journal Highlight: Probing single molecules and molecular aggregates: Raman spectroscopic advances

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  • Published: Jul 4, 2016
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The recent progress of Raman spectroscopy in probing single molecules and molecular aggregates is reviewed and a future prospective of Raman spectroscopy in cluster science is envisaged.

Probing single molecules and molecular aggregates: Raman spectroscopic advances

Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 2016, 47, 623-635
Jing Chen, Weihua Ding, Zhixun Luo, Boon H. Loo and Jiannian Yao

Abstract: Development of Raman spectroscopy, profiting from surface-enhanced Raman scattering and tip-enhanced Raman scattering techniques, has inspired extensive research interest for trace analysis and dynamic measurements up to single-molecule level. For another, Raman spectroscopy has also been recognized of significance in solving some important issues relating to molecule aggregates in chemistry and biology, owing to the capability of non-destructive detection and high-resolution fingerprints by which molecules and their aggregates can be identified. Herein, we summarize the recent progress of Raman spectroscopy in probing single molecules and molecular aggregates and block out a future prospective of Raman spectroscopy applied in cluster science.

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