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Title: Black phosphorus photonics toward on-chip applications
Authors: Li Huang 
Kah-Wee Ang 
Keywords: Doping
Photodetectors
Light emitting diodes
Optoelectronics
Electronic transport
Crystal structure
Photonics
Chip scale
Optical modulators
2D materials
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2020
Publisher: AIP Publishing
Citation: Li Huang, Kah-Wee Ang (2020-07-08). Black phosphorus photonics toward on-chip applications. Applied Physics Reviews 7 (3). ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0005641
Abstract: Unceasing efforts have been devoted to photonics based on black phosphorus ever since it came under the spotlight of two-dimensional materials research six years ago. The direct bandgap of black phosphorus is tunable by layer number, vertical electric field, and chemical doping, covering a broad spectrum for efficient light manipulation. The optical anisotropy further enables the identification and control of light polarization. Along with high carrier mobility, nonlinear optical properties, and integration capability due to its layered lattice structure, black phosphorus manifests itself as a promising multipurpose material for chip-scale optoelectronics. In this manuscript, we review the research on black phosphorus photonics, with a focus on the most fundamental active functions in photonic circuits: photodetection, electro-optic modulation, light emission, and laser pulse generation, aiming at evaluating the feasibility of integrating these black phosphorus-based components as a compact system for on-chip applications.
Source Title: Applied Physics Reviews
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/188100
ISSN: 19319401
DOI: 10.1063/5.0005641
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