Abstract

Thermally managed Z-scan using a modified chopper was compared to the utilization of a pulse picker with the common calibration material carbon disulfide and then extended to graphene oxide (GO) in different solvents at λ=800nm. GO in distilled water using femtosecond laser excitation yielded a value of (2.7±.4)×1015cm2/W for nanometer particles and (1.6±.6)×1015cm2/W for micrometer-sized particles. Open-aperture Z-scan results using the modified chopper showed no experimental difference.

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Paul Burkins, Robinson Kuis, Isaac Basaldua, Anthony M. Johnson, Siva Ram Swaminathan, Dajie Zhang, and Sudhir Trivedi, "Thermally managed Z-scan methods investigation of the size-dependent nonlinearity of graphene oxide in various solvents: publisher’s note," J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 34, 1214-1214 (2017)
https://www.osapublishing.org/josab/abstract.cfm?uri=josab-34-6-1214

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