Graphite Under Compression: Shift of Layer Breathing and Shear Modes Frequencies with Interlayer Spacing
Journal of Physics Communications
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Layered materials have huge potential in various applications due to their extraordinary properties. To determine the interlayer interaction (or equivalently the layer spacing under different perturbations) is of critical importance. In this paper, we focus on one of the most prominent layered materials, graphite, and theoretically quantify the relationship between its interlayer spacing and the vibrational frequencies of its layer breathing and shear modes, which are measures of the interlayer interaction. The method used here to determine the interlayer interaction can be further applied to other layered materials.
AuthorsDUNSTAN, DJ; SUN, Y; Holec, D; Xu, Y
- Physics and Astronomy