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Plasmon-powered devices for medicine, security, solar cells under development

  • Tue, 18 Jul 2017 01:34
A new method that takes advantage of plasmonic metals' production of 'hot' electrons and holes to boost light to a higher frequency could be suitable for medical, energy and security applications. Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily


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