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September 22nd, 2003

Buckyball-polymer mix handles light a treat

Abstract:
Researchers from the University of Toronto and Carleton University in Canada have incorporated C60 molecules, or buckyballs, into a cross-linked polymer to make a film with excellent nonlinear optical properties. The material could be suitable for use with infrared light signals in telecoms devices.

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