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Plasmonic Metamaterials by Kan Yao, Yongmin Liu

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Plasmonic Metamaterials
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Publisher: arXiv
ISBN/ASIN: 1243666846
Number of pages: 58

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Metamaterials, artificially structured composite materials with subwavelength unit cells, exhibit exotic properties not easily obtainable or unavailable in nature. This review presents the fundamentals, recent advances and future perspectives in the emerging field of plasmonic metamaterials, aiming to open up new exciting opportunities for nanoscience and nanotechnology.

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