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Mikhail A. Noginov, Viktor A. Podolskiy
October 25, 2011
From science fiction to science laboratories Discover the State of the Art in Photonic Metamaterials Metamaterials—composite media with unusual optical properties—have revolutionized the landscape of optical science and engineering over the past decades. Metamaterials have transformed...