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April 12th, 2005

New Nanomaterial Catches Sun Invisible Rays

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Roland Piquepaille writes "Researchers at the University of Toronto (U of T) have designed an infrared-sensitive material made of nanocrystals so small they were able to tune them to catch the Sun's invisible rays.

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