News‘Strange effect’ raises possibility of smaller, smarter
optical filters

29th April 2020by admin0
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Polarization, in sync. On the macro, everyday level,
it reads as an oxymoron. To the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s
Xia Hong and her fellow nanoscientists, though, the apparent
contradiction makes a kind of harmonious sense. And it might just
spur the development of smaller, more versatile optical filters
that are especially adept at playing with a trick of the
light.

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