Colloquium: Graphene spectroscopy
D. N. Basov, M. M. Fogler, A. Lanzara, Feng Wang, and Yuanbo Zhang
Graphene has become one of the largest fields in condensed matter research and is having a large impact on technological applications. This Colloquium summarizes the experimental knowledge on the spectroscopic properties of graphene, from angle-resolved photoemission, and Raman scattering, to scanning tunneling microscopy and optics. It is a fundamental text for a novice in this field or a graphene aficionado who wants to be updated on the latest developments.
Abstract: Reviews of Modern Physics
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