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Could simple mixed materials make flat lenses cheap?

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This paper reports on a novel method of making a new class of materials for making high-quality flat lenses that focus light and can be made in sheets and cut to size. The method blends ordinary, easily available materials in a way that produces negative permittivity and permeability, making it possible to bend visible light in the opposite direction from conventional materials.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 12 )