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Nanolasers Incorporating Co Ga 0.6- ZnSe 0.4 Nanoparticle Arrays with Wavelength Tunability at Room Temperature.

Research paper by Yong Y Pan, Li L Wang, Xueqiong X Su, Dongwen D Gao, Peng P Cheng

Indexed on: 29 Jan '21Published on: 28 Jan '21Published in: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces



Abstract

Semiconductor nanolaser has important research value and wide applications in many fields. However, it is still a challenge to obtain a nanolaser with tunability and high intensity at the nanoscale. Here, we report on lasers with two modes of emission wavelengths operating in near-infrared of nanohole filled with CoGaZnSe nanoparticle arrays at room temperature. The nanohole arrays are drawn on the photoresist by using the method of three-beam laser interferometric etching. Graphene with graphite which is coated on nanohole arrays is conducted by pulsed laser deposition (PLD) to construct the cavity. The CoGaZnSe nanoparticles are filled into the nanohole acting laser gain medium via the magnetic traction nanofilling technology. The results show that the laser at 868 and 903 nm is radiated, which can be tuned by changing the concentration and position of the filled nanoparticles in terms of wavelength and intensity. The nanolasers based on this approach represent an advantageous alternative to other design and fabrication methods. This nanoparticle nanolasers can be used in a micronano light source of an intelligent photonic chip.