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December 13th, 2005
Three photons make submicron shapes
Scientists in Greece believe they are the first to fabricate three-dimensional structures by three-photon polymerization (3PP). Having produced components with a resolution of 500 nm, Maria Farsari and her colleagues from FORTH in Crete are now improving their optical setup and hope to build practical devices using the approach (Optics Letters 30 3180).
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