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# All-optical nonreciprocity due to valley polarization in transition metal dichalcogenides

@article{Kawaguchi2020AllopticalND,
title={All-optical nonreciprocity due to valley polarization in transition metal dichalcogenides},
author={Y. Kawaguchi and S. Guddala and Kai Chen and A. Al{\'u} and V. Menon and A. Khanikaev},
journal={arXiv: Optics},
year={2020}
}
Nonreciprocity and nonreciprocal optical devices play a vital role in modern photonic technologies by enforcing one-way propagation of light. Most nonreciprocal devices today are made from a special class of low-loss ferrites that exhibit a magneto-optical response in the presence of an external static magnetic field. While breaking transmission symmetry, ferrites fail to satisfy the need for miniaturization of photonic circuitry due to weak character of nonreciprocal responses at optical… Expand
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