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Ultrafast Fiber Laser Mode-locked by Graphene Based Saturable Absorber

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A Graphene-based saturable absorber is fabricated using wet chemistry techniques. We use it to passively mode-lock an Erbium doped fiber laser. ~500fs pulses are produced at 1560nm with a 5.2nm spectrum bandwidth.

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