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Graphene Fibers: Manipulation of Nonlinear Optical Properties of Graphene Bonded Fiber Devices by Thermally Engineering Fermi–Dirac Distribution (Advanced Optical Materials 21/2017)

Graphene Fibers: Manipulation of Nonlinear Optical Properties of Graphene Bonded Fiber Devices by Thermally Engineering Fermi–Dirac Distribution (Advanced Optical Materials 21/2017)
Fei Xu, Cheng-bo Mou, Dan-ran Li, Cheng Li, Tian-xing Wang, Wan-sheng Wang, Yan-qing Lu, Shao-cheng Yan, Jin-hui Chen
Electrical current manipulation of linear and nonlinear optical properties is achieved by Fei Xu, Cheng-bo Mou, Yan-qing Lu, and co-workers in article number 1700630 based on a graphene-fiber-integrated platform by directly bonding a few layers of graphene onto a fiber facet. Its application includes an actively tunable mode-locked fiber laser with effective manipulation of the operation-state (mode-locked or continuous-wave) and pulse width.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/adom.201770103

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