Optical materials news, April 2021

inorganic compound, tantalum disulfide, possesses an unusual property that could make it ideal for nanoelectronic applications

photon avalanching in single nanoparticles doped with lanthanide ions observed for the first time

Researchers have discovered that only part of the energy of the light absorbed by hematite photoelectrodes generates mobile charge carriers.

Using different size barium sulfate particles, researchers have produced the whitest paint ever, able to reflect up to 98.1% of sunlight.

A novel opto-spintronic nanostructure made from layers of quantum dots can transfer information between electron spin and light at room temperature.

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