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A Resonance-Sensitive Ultralow-Frequency Raman Mode in Twisted Bilayer Graphene.

Nano Letters 2024 June 21
Twisted bilayer graphene (tBLG) possesses intriguing physical properties including unconventional superconductivity, enhanced light-matter interaction due to the formation of van Hove singularities (vHS), and a divergence of density of states in the electronic band structures. The vHS energy band gap provides optical resonant transition channels that can be tuned by the twist angle and interlayer coupling. Raman spectroscopy provides rich information on the vHS structure of tBLG. Here, we report the discovery of an ultralow-frequency Raman mode at ∼49 cm-1 in tBLG. This mode is assigned to the combination of ZA (an out-of-plane acoustic phonon) and TA (a transverse acoustic phonon) phonons, and the Raman scattering is proposed to occur at the so-called mini-valley. This mode is found to be particularly sensitive to the change in vHS in tBLG. Our findings may deepen the understanding of Raman scattering in tBLG and help to reveal vHS-related electron-phonon interactions in tBLG.

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