Abnormal anti-Stokes Raman scattering (AASR) was unambiguously observed in carbon nanotubes (CNT's). In contrast to traditional Raman scattering theory, the absolute value of the Raman frequency of the anti-Stokes peak is not the same as that of the corresponding Stokes peak. It was demonstrated that AASR scattering originates from the unique nanoscale cylindrical structure of CNT's that can be considered naturally as a graphite structure with an intrinsic defect from its rolling. The double-resonance Raman scattering theory was applied to interpret the scattering mechanism of the AASR phenomenon successfully and quantitatively.
|Journal||Physical Review B (Condensed Matter)|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
Zhang, S. L., Li, H. D., Shi, Z. J., Yue, K. T., Zi, J., Gu, Z. N., Wu, X. H., Lian, Z. L., Zhan, Y., Huang, F. M., Zhou, L. X., Zhang, Y. G., & Iijima, S. (2002). Abnormal anti-Stokes Raman scattering of carbon nanotubes. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter), 66. https://doi.org/Artn 035413\rDoi 10.1103/Physrevb.66.035413