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Ultrafast Nonlinear Optical Properties of a Graphene Saturable Mirror in the 2 µm Wavelength Region (Laser Photonics Rev. 11(5)/2017)

Although the saturable absorption of 2D materials have been widely reported, it is still a hanging question about their potential for practical laser products. This article shows a systematical comparison between a graphene saturable absorption mirror and a commercial semiconductor saturable mirror... Full description

Journal Title: Laser & Photonics Reviews Sep 2017, Vol.11(5)
Main Author: Wang, Gaozhong
Other Authors: Wang, Kangpeng , Szydowska, Beata M , Baker-Murray, Aidan A , Wang, Jing Jing , Feng, Yanyan , Zhang, Xiaoyan , Wang, Jun , Blau, Werner J
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title: Ultrafast Nonlinear Optical Properties of a Graphene Saturable Mirror in the 2 µm Wavelength Region (Laser Photonics Rev. 11(5)/2017)
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  • Wang, Kangpeng
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  • Zhang, Xiaoyan
  • Wang, Jun
  • Blau, Werner J
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  • Graphene
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  • Absorption
  • Optical Properties
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description: Although the saturable absorption of 2D materials have been widely reported, it is still a hanging question about their potential for practical laser products. This article shows a systematical comparison between a graphene saturable absorption mirror and a commercial semiconductor saturable mirror at 2 µm wavelength, implying graphene can be a better practical mode-locker for mid-infrared lasers. (Picture: Jing Wang et al., article number 1700166, in this issue)
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abstractAlthough the saturable absorption of 2D materials have been widely reported, it is still a hanging question about their potential for practical laser products. This article shows a systematical comparison between a graphene saturable absorption mirror and a commercial semiconductor saturable mirror at 2 µm wavelength, implying graphene can be a better practical mode-locker for mid-infrared lasers. (Picture: Jing Wang et al., article number 1700166, in this issue)
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