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  • Authors: Tran, Thi Ha; Nguyen, Manh Hong; Mai, Hong Hanh; Pham, Van Thanh; Sai, Cong Doanh; Nguyen, Thanh Binh; Pham, Nguyen Hai; Nguyen, Trong Tam; Ho, Khac Hieu; Nguyen, Viet Tuyen (2020)

  • Thanks to unique Raman spectra of chemical substances, a growing number of applications in environmental and biomedical fields based on Raman scattering has been developed. However, the low probability of Raman scattering hindered its potential development and thus, many different techniques were developed to enhance Raman signal. A key step of surface-enhanced Raman scattering technique is to prepare active SERS substrate from noble metals. The main enhancement mechanism is electromagnetic enhancement resulted from surface plasmon resonance. The disadvantages of nanoparticles based SERS substrates include high randomness due to self - assembly process of nanoparticles. Recentl...

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  • Authors: Trinh, Thi Loan; Nguyen, Ngoc Long (2018)

  • Anatase TiO2 powders doped with different amounts of Cu2+ ions (0, 0.5, 1.0 and 4 mol%) were successfully synthesized by sol-gel method from precursors of TiCl4, (CH3COO)2Cu. Effect of Cu2+ concentrations on the structural and optical properties of TiO2 host was investigated by X-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy and diffuse reflection spectroscopy. The XRD analysis showed that the doped samples exhibit anatase single phase at annealing temperature 600 oC. The Cu2+ contents did not affect on the lattice of TiO2 hot, but affected on positions of these Raman modes. The band gap of the TiO2:Cu2+ was decreased with the increase of doping concentration.

Browsing by Subject Raman scattering

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  • Authors: Tran, Thi Ha; Nguyen, Manh Hong; Mai, Hong Hanh; Pham, Van Thanh; Sai, Cong Doanh; Nguyen, Thanh Binh; Pham, Nguyen Hai; Nguyen, Trong Tam; Ho, Khac Hieu; Nguyen, Viet Tuyen (2020)

  • Thanks to unique Raman spectra of chemical substances, a growing number of applications in environmental and biomedical fields based on Raman scattering has been developed. However, the low probability of Raman scattering hindered its potential development and thus, many different techniques were developed to enhance Raman signal. A key step of surface-enhanced Raman scattering technique is to prepare active SERS substrate from noble metals. The main enhancement mechanism is electromagnetic enhancement resulted from surface plasmon resonance. The disadvantages of nanoparticles based SERS substrates include high randomness due to self - assembly process of nanoparticles. Recentl...

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  • Article


  • Authors: Trinh, Thi Loan; Nguyen, Ngoc Long (2018)

  • Anatase TiO2 powders doped with different amounts of Cu2+ ions (0, 0.5, 1.0 and 4 mol%) were successfully synthesized by sol-gel method from precursors of TiCl4, (CH3COO)2Cu. Effect of Cu2+ concentrations on the structural and optical properties of TiO2 host was investigated by X-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy and diffuse reflection spectroscopy. The XRD analysis showed that the doped samples exhibit anatase single phase at annealing temperature 600 oC. The Cu2+ contents did not affect on the lattice of TiO2 hot, but affected on positions of these Raman modes. The band gap of the TiO2:Cu2+ was decreased with the increase of doping concentration.