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Metamaterial discovery opens avenue to new products and industries using negative refraction

from Materials Views

Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered a way to make a low-cost metamaterial that might accomplish negative refraction of light and other radiation — a goal first theorized in 1861 by a giant of science, Scottish physicist James Maxwell, that has still eluded widespread application. Other materials can do this but they are based on costly, complex crystalline materials. A low-cost way that yields the same result will have extraordinary possibilities, experts say — ranging from a "super lens" to energy harvesting, machine vision or "stealth" coatings for invisibility. more


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