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Ultrafast saturable absorption of BiOI nanosheets prepared by chemical vapor transport

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The saturable absorption properties of BiOI nanosheets with exposed {110} facets prepared by the chemical vapor transport were investigated by Z-scan with femtosecond pulse laser. The nonlinear absorption coefficient at 400 nm is stronger and more sensitive to photoexcitation than its nonlinear response at 800 nm. The small saturation intensity could have been achieved, which is one order of magnitude smaller than that of black phosphorus nanosheets, while the ${\rm Im}{\chi ^{(3)}}$ are determined to be $-{4.35} \times {{10}^{- 12}}\;{\rm esu}$ close to theoretical prediction. According to time-resolved photoluminescence spectrum results, this strong saturated absorption at 400 nm may be attributed to the interband recombination process, whose lifetime was 230 ps.

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