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In this work, DBTD can interact with silver surface through the lone pairs of the oxygen atom of the C=O group.
The blue shift can be explained in terms of a repulsion interaction between DBTD molecules, which are present in different charge states.
The observed high FWHM value may be due to the decrease in vibrational relaxation time of the DBTD on the metal surface.
Therefore the orientation of DBTD on silver surface cannot be deduced from this ring breathing vibrations.
The adsorption of different charge state of DBTD on silver surface may give rise to orientation effects which essentially change the symmetry of the adsorbed DBTD.
In the present case, the DBTD molecule can be anchored on the silver surface through lone pair electron of S=O.
The orientation of 2,6-dicarbethoxy-3,5-bis(pyridine-3-yl)tetrahydro-1,4-thiazine-1,1-dioxide (DBTD) adsorbed on silver nanoparticles was studied using SERS.