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#04 Nano Mediated Broadband Polarisation

Crossed-polarisers formed form horizontally aligned, free-standing carbon nanotube membranes. The membranes were formed from high-packing density vertically aligned multi-walled carbon nanotubes that were aligned by a solid-state extrusion process and that can efficiently polarise incident radiation from wavelengths of 400 nm to 3 mm. - Matt Cole
 #04 Nano Mediated Broadband Polarisation
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