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Active Metamaterials Based on Monolayer Titanium Carbide MXene for Random Lasing

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Abstract

We present an approach employing a random metamaterial constructed by dispersing monolayer Ti3C2 nanoflakes into the gain medium for achieving random lasing. The optical feedback is suggested to be provided by Ti3C2 nanoflakes through saturable absorption.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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