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IOP Publishing, 2D Materials, 2(11), p. 025011, 2024

DOI: 10.1088/2053-1583/ad1e79



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Raman spectroscopy of monolayer to bulk PtSe<sub>2</sub> exfoliated crystals

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Abstract Raman spectroscopy is widely used to assess the quality of 2D materials thin films. This report focuses on P t S e 2 , a noble transition metal dichalcogenide which has the remarkable property to transit from a semi-conductor to a semi-metal with increasing layer number. While polycrystalline P t S e 2 can be grown with various crystalline qualities, getting insight into the monocrystalline intrinsic properties remains challenging. We report on the study of exfoliated 1–10 layers P t S e 2 by Raman spectroscopy, featuring record linewidth. The clear Raman signatures allow layer-thickness identification and provides a reference metrics to assess crystal quality of grown films.