Raman scattering at pure graphene zigzag edges

Theory has predicted rich and very distinct physics for graphene nanodevices with boundaries that follow either the armchair or the zigzag crystallographic directions. We have demonstrated that hexagonal
holes obtained by anisotropic etching of graphene are bounded
predominantly by zigzag edges which do not contribute to the D peak in
Raman spectroscopy.



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