NewsWhen less is more: A single layer of atoms boosts the
nonlinear generation of light

14th December 2020by admin0
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In a new study an international research team led by
the University of Vienna has shown that structures built around a
single layer of graphene allow for strong optical nonlinearities
that can convert light. The team achieved this by using
nanometer-sized gold ribbons to squeeze light, in the form of
plasmons, into atomically-thin graphene. The results, which are
published in Nature Nanotechnology are promising for a new family
of ultra-small tunable nonlinear devices.

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