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Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials
Part I: Optical properties and fabrication of carbon nanotubes and graphene
Chapter 1: Fundamental optical properties of carbon nanotubes and graphene
1.2 Basic optical properties of carbon nanotubes
1.3 Novel excitonic properties of carbon nanotubes
Chapter 2: Synthesis of carbon nanotubes and graphene for photonic applications
2.2 Synthesis of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs)
2.3 Single-walled carbon nanotube synthesis for photonic applications
2.4 Graphene synthesis
2.5 Conclusion and future trends
Chapter 3: Carbon nanotube and graphene photonic devices: nonlinearity enhancement and novel preparation approaches
3.2 Nonlinearity of carbon nanotubes and graphene; saturable absorption
3.3 Novel interaction schemes of propagating light with carbon nanostructures
3.4 Highly efficient preparation of fiber mode-lockers
Part II: Carbon nanotubes and graphene for laser applications
Chapter 4: Optical gain and lasing in carbon nanotubes
4.2 Extraction of semiconducting carbon nanotubes
4.3 Towards carbon nanotubes-based lasers
4.4 Optical gain in single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs)
Chapter 5: Carbon nanotube and graphene-based fiber lasers
5.2 Carbon nanotube and graphene saturable absorbers
5.3 Mode-locked fiber lasers employing graphene and CNTs
5.4 Conclusion and future trends
Chapter 6: Carbon-nanotube-based bulk solid-state lasers
The optical properties of carbon nanotubes and graphene make them potentially suitable for a variety of photonic applications. Carbon nanotubes and graphene for photonic applications explores the properties of these exciting materials and their use across a variety of applications.
Part one introduces the fundamental optical properties of carbon nanotubes and graphene before exploring how carbon nanotubes and graphene are synthesised. A further chapter focusses on nonlinearity enhancement and novel preparation approaches for carbon nanotube and graphene photonic devices. Chapters in part two discuss carbon nanotubes and graphene for laser applications and highlight optical gain and lasing in carbon nanotubes, carbon nanotube and graphene-based fiber lasers, carbon-nanotube-based bulk solid-state lasers, electromagnetic nonlinearities in graphene, and carbon nanotube-based nonlinear photonic devices. Finally, part three focusses on carbon-based optoelectronics and includes chapters on carbon nanotube solar cells, a carbon nanotube-based optical platform for biomolecular detection, hybrid carbon nanotube-liquid crystal nanophotonic devices, and quantum light sources based on individual carbon nanotubes.
Carbon nanotubes and graphene for photonic applications is a technical resource for materials scientists, electrical engineers working in the photonics and optoelectronics industry and academics and researchers interested in the field.
- Covers the properties and fabrication of carbon nanotubes and graphene for photonic applications
- Considers the uses of carbon nanotubes and graphene for laser applications
- Explores numerous carbon-based light emitters and detectors
Academics and researchers in the fields of: solid state physics, materials science, optics, and quantum electronics; Materials scientists and electrical engineers in the photonics and optoelectronics industry
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- 31st August 2013
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"With the increasing interest in carbon nanostructures…, textbooks and review articles continue to appear with a special focus on new findings and their relation to prior knowledge. The recent volume entitled 'Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene for Photonic Applications'…fits nicely into this context…The individual chapters provide excellent coverage of the literature with each chapter containing many pertinent and current references."--MaterialsView.com, December 17, 2013
The individual chapters provide excellent coverage of the literature with each chapter containing many pertinent and current references., Materials Views
Shinji Yamashita is a Professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), The University of Tokyo, Japan.
Department of Molecular Medicine, Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, Nagasaki, Japan
Yahachi Saito is a Professor at the Department of Quantum Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan.
Jong Hyun Choi is a Professor at the School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, USA.
Purdue University, USA