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Analytical SERS : general discussion

Aitchison, Hannah and Aizpurua, Javier and Arnolds, Heike and Baumberg, Jeremy and Bell, Steven and Bonifacio, Alois and Chikkaraddy, Rohit and Dawson, Paul and De Nijs, Bart and Deckert, Volker and Delfino, Ines and Di Martino, Giuliana and Eremina, Olga and Faulds, Karen and Fountain, Augustus and Gawinkowski, Sylwester and Gomez Castano, Mayte and Goodacre, Roy and Gracie, Jennifer and Graham, Duncan and Guicheteau, Jason and Hardwick, Laurence and Hardy, Mike and Heck, Christian and Jamieson, Lauren and Kamp, Marlous and Keeler, Alex and Kuttner, Christian and Langer, Judith and Mahajan, Sumeet and Martín Sabanés, Natalia and Murakoshi, Kei and Porter, Marc and Schatz, George and Schlücker, Sebastian and Tian, Zhongqun and Tripathi, Ashish and Van Duyne, Richard and Vikesland, Peter (2017) Analytical SERS : general discussion. Faraday Discussions, 205. pp. 561-600. ISSN 1359-6640

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Abstract

George Schatz opened a general discussion of the paper by Zhong-Qun Tian: The dependence of Raman intensities with the angle of incidence and angle of scattering is an important issue. This was descirbed for flat surfaces long ago (before SERS) by Greenler and Schlager. How do your results differ?