Nanophotonics: Optical time reversal with graphene

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2013-07

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Would you ever guess that a microscopic flake of graphite could reverse the diffraction of light? An experiment that demonstrates just such an effect highlights the exciting optical applications of graphene — an atomic layer of carbon with a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice.

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10.1038/nphys2644

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Urzhumov, YA, C Ciraci and DR Smith (2013). Nanophotonics: Optical time reversal with graphene. 10.1038/nphys2644 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/7579.

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