Graphene shown to produce ultrashort laser pulses

05/27/2013 | Nature (free content)

Researchers have discovered that graphene can absorb light over a broad range of wavelengths, allowing it to be used to create ultrashort laser pulses of color. The discovery could mean that graphene, a thin, strong conductive material, could be used to create small, economical ultrashort-pulse lasers used in medicine and micro-machinery.

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