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Two-dimensional Materials - Synthesis, Characterization and Potential Applications
In recent years, novel two-dimensional (2D) materials have revolutionized the field of ultrafast laser technology. They have emerged as efficient, cost-effective, and universal saturable absorbers for the so-called ultrafast lasers, which emit ultrashort optical pulses (on the timescale of femtoseconds). Thanks to their unique optical properties, such as broadband absorption, short recovery time, low saturation fluence, and high modulation depth, they might be used as saturable absorbers fordoi:10.5772/63336 fatcat:zhehozx53fa7nnvufaqvelqbxi