The development of laser sources, which allows for the generation of shorter pulses and broader bandwidths in new wavelength regions, is significantly aided by research on novel 2D materials. The 2D transition metal compounds known as MXenes, which feature tunable bandgaps and significant optical and optoelectronic properties such broadband nonlinear optical response, have recently received a lot of interest. Due to their metallic electronic band structure, it has been claimed that their optical absorption can span a broad wavelength area, extending from near-infrared (NIR) to mid-infrared (MIR). Our research demonstrates the viability of employing MXene as a highly potential broadband SA material that supports new prospects for photonic technology and other possible nonlinear optics applications.
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? Application of 2D materials in Photonics.