NewsIntelligent nanomaterials for photonics

7th October 2020by admin0
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Since the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for
research on graphene in 2010, 2-D materials—nanosheets with atomic
thickness—have been a hot topic in science. This significant
interest is due to their outstanding properties, which have
enormous potential for a wide variety of applications. For
instance, combined with optical fibers, 2-D materials can enable
novel applications in the areas of sensors, non-linear optics, and
quantum technologies.

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