The collinear polarization low-frequency Raman spectroscopy was performed under normal incidence using a diode-pumped solid-state laser with an excitation wavelength of 532 nm. A linearly polarized laser beam was focused on the sample by a 40× objective to a diameter of 1 to 2 μm. The reflected radiation with polarization parallel to the inherent polarization of the excitation beam was collected by a grating spectrometer equipped with a thermoelectrically cooled charge-coupled device. The Rayleigh line was suppressed using three notch filters with an optical density of 3 and a spectral bandwidth of ~10 cm−1. A typical laser power of 0.25 mW was used to avoid sample heating. The sample temperature was fixed at 5 K.

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