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 Post subject: Metamaterial
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 7:02 am 
 
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Dear All,

For metamaterials researchers, on the following URL http://imodelit.com/Sharewarelist.aspx?CAT_ID=140&ISShareWare=1, developed models for some composite right/left hand devices. Enjoy.

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 Post subject: New Metamaterial Discovery
Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 11:11 am 
 
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Greetings imodelit_moderator:

I know that you have an interest in metamaterials, so when I read this article today, I figured I would post it in your thread.

New Metamaterials Bend Light Backwards

Shown is a schematic and two scanning electron microscope images with top and side views of a metamaterial developed by UC Berkeley researchers. The material is composed of parallel nanowires embedded inside porous aluminum oxide. As visible light passes through the material, it is bent backwards in a phenomenon known as negative refraction. Credit: Image by Jie Yao, UC Berkeley

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Dear Kirt,

Thanks for the article. But unfortunately, I could not open it. Could you please send another link to the article? Thanks in advance.


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Greetings imodelit_moderator:

Here is the URL. I verified that it is still good.

http://www.spacemart.com/reports/New_Me ... s_999.html

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Greetings imodelit_moderator:

Here is a new article on Metamaterials for you.

September 4, 2008

http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articl ... design.htm

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Thank you Kirt. The article sounds interesting.

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