Horiba Scientific and Spectroscopy Online will present a webinar on photoluminescence and Raman imaging for the characterization of 2D nanocrystals, on May 19th at 10:00am PDT/1:00pm ET.
Two-Dimensional (2D) crystals are constituted by monolayer and few-layered structures. These materials have attracted significant interest because of their special electronic, optical, and optoelectronic properties in the monolayer and few-layer forms that are different from those in the bulk.
This webinar will cover the application of resonance Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy and imaging to 2D nanocrystals. In particular, we will present results obtained from few-layer MoS2 and phosphorene revealing spatially varying strain and optical properties and low energy Stokes and Anti-Stokes phonon spectra of MoS2.
- 2D Nanocrystals
- Few-Layer MoS2
Key Learning Objectives
- The relationship of the low energy phonon spectrum between 5 cm-1 and 50 cm-1 to MoS2 layered structure
- The complementarity of reflected light and hyperspectral imaging
- The importance of excitation wavelength selection
- The identification of spatially varying strain
- David Tuschel - Manager of Raman Applications, Horiba Scientific
- Laura Bush - Editorial Director, Spectroscopy
Click here to register for the webinar