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MoS2-based optical bistability in silver-Bragg reflector multilayer structure at visible light band

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posted on 2024-06-05, 16:00 authored by Songqing Tang, Mengjiao Ren, Zhiheng Li, Zhiwei Zheng, Leyong Jiang
In this paper, we present a theoretical analysis of the optical bistability in a metallic silver-Bragg reflector structure by embedding bilayer MoS2 at the visible band. The nonlinear OB is achieved due to the nonlinear conductivity of the bilayer MoS2 and the excitation of the optical Tamm state at the interface between the silver and the Bragg reflector. It is found that the hysteresis behaviour and the threshold width of the OB can be effectively tuned by varying the incident light wavelength. In addition, the optical bistable behaviour of the structure can be adjusted by varying the position of the MoS2 inset in the defect layer, incident angle and the structural parameters of the spacer layer. Although the current threshold cannot be commercialized, we believe that this solution will provide a meaningful path reference for low threshold bistability in the visible light band.

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