Discovery opens door to low-cost 'negative refraction,' new products and industries

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Discovery opens door to low-cost 'negative refraction,' new products and industries

Description (Oregon State University) Researchers have discovered a way to make a low-cost material that might accomplish negative refraction of light and other radiation. An inexpensive way to accomplish this could have extraordinary possibilities, ranging from a "super lens" to energy harvesting, machine vision or "stealth" coatings for seeming invisibility.
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