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June 25th, 2003
IBM claims world's first 3D magnetic crystal
IBM Research has created what it claims is the world's first 3D magneto-optical crystal, complete with embedded quantum dots with optical properties. The work underscores IBM's strategy for nanoscale metamaterials that feature tunable properties not found in nature - such as magnetic crystals.
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