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06/09/10
Careers in Chemistry. Future Trends. Nanomaterials, digital optics and wave management
Filed under: Recent Posts, Observ. Trends
Posted by: site admin @ 7:45 am

So many things are happening.  It is like learning at
the end of a firehose in materials research, application
and development.

Interested readers can scan and peruse both
reviewed press and popular press for insights
and details.  Some of the incredible notions
include:

1. Using UV radiation to switch antiferromagnetic
to ferromagnetic (Misra, et. al.) materials.  There
are suggestions that applications could lead to
“spin valves in electromagnetic read heads or
magnetic field detectors”.  1  2 

2. reverse Cerenkov emission reported from
“left-handed metamaterials”  3  4  for newer
particle detectors and new forms of radiation.

3. simplifying GRIN lenses for large scale
applications   5 

Yet, the item that got me was the nice summary
of the history of the first 50 years of the laser
by Melinda Rose, Phot. Spectra May 2010,
58-74.

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