Reents W Plieth

Contents

1 Introduction 277

2 Experimental 278

3 Results 279

4 Discussion 285

4.1 General properties of Raman spectra of silver cyanide complexes 285

4.2 Development of the CN" SER signal with time 286

4.3 Splitting of the CN" stretch vibration 288

5 Conclusions 288

6 References 289

Summary. Surface-enhanced Raman spectrsocopy (SERS) can be used as an in-situ method for monitoring the development of surface morphology, nucleus formation, and crystal growth. The correlation between the true surface area and the Raman intensity was investigated. The splitting of the CN stretch vibration is interpreted as a representation of a surface cluster distribution.

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