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Review Article

Polarization-Dependent Optical Properties and Optoelectronic Devices of 2D Materials

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Polarization-dependent light absorption of anisotropic 2D materials. (a) SEM image and absorption spectra of rippled BP film. (b) Polarization-resolved absorption spectra of GeSe in the visible spectral range. Inset shows SEM and AFM images. (c) Calculations of optical absorption coefficients of TiS3 monolayer along different polarization directions. (d) Polarization-dependent reflectance spectra map for monolayer 1T-MoTe2 flake on SiO2/Si substrate. (e) Polarization-resolved reflection contrast spectra of 3L ReS2. (f) Time-resolved differential reflection signals of ReS2 detected at - and -polarized directions. Panel (a) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [112], copyright 2016 Nano Letters. Panel (b) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [99], copyright 2017 Journal of the American Chemical Society. Panel (c) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [106], copyright 2015 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Panel (d) is produced with permission from Ref. [122], copyright from 2019 Small. Panel (e) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [126], copyright 2016 ACS Photonics. Panel (f) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [128], copyright 2015 Small.
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