Theoretical seminar. Solntsev
9 Lomonosov st.
A presentation by Alexander Solntsev will be followed by the speeches of the 1st-year students.
Alexander Solntsev (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
‘Second harmonic generation from multilayer hexagonal boron nitride’
Abstract: We report second harmonic generation (SHG) from thick hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) flakes with
approximately 109 layers. Surprisingly, the resulting signal is stronger when compared to previously reported few-layer experiments that showed the SHG efficiency gradually decreasing with the increasing thickness. This confirms that thick hBN flakes can serve as a platform for nonlinear optics, which is useful because thick flakes are easy to exfoliate while retaining a large flake size. We also show spatial second harmonic maps revealing that SHG remains a useful tool for the characterization of the layer structure even in the case of a large number of layers.
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