A home-built Raman spectrometer, including a monochromator (iHR320, Horiba), a charge-coupled device camera (Symphony, Horiba), and a microscope (IX71, Olympus), was used to measure all the spontaneous Raman scattering spectra. Aβ fibrils were condensed by evaporating the water in vacuum, and the residual thin film was used for spontaneous Raman measurements. To reduce autofluorescence, quartz slides and cover slips were used instead of normal glass.

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