NewsNew advancement in nanophotonics explains how collections of
hot nanoparticles cool down

13th May 2021by admin0
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Everyone has sat outside on a sunny day and been
warmed by the sun’s rays. This happens through a process known as
radiative heat transfer: the sun emits light (electromagnetic
radiation), which travels to the Earth and heats up the objects
that absorb it. Radiative heat transfer is also the mechanism
behind thermal cameras.

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