NewsResearchers develop new one-step process for creating
self-assembled metamaterials

11th January 2021by admin0
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A team led by University of Minnesota Twin Cities
researchers has discovered a groundbreaking one-step process for
creating materials with unique properties, called metamaterials.
Their results show the realistic possibility of designing similar
self-assembled structures with the potential of creating
“built-to-order” nanostructures for wide application in electronics
and optical devices.

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