Abstract

Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) of silicon quantum dots (Si QD) water solutions of different sizes (2 and 5 nm) are investigated using Nd:YAG laser. Since strong and weak hydrogen bonds are formed by the charge transfer between water molecules and Si QDs, two SRS peaks of OH stretching vibrations of Si QDs solutions are observed in the forward direction. Simultaneously, characteristic feature peaks related to the interaction between OH groups and excess electrons are obtained in the backward SRS of 2 nm Si QDs solutions. The excess electrons induce a strong electrostatic field, leading to the transformation from water to an ice-VIII structure.

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