09
July
2020
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15:54
Europe/Amsterdam

‘Magic angle’ twistronics can manipulate light

Researchers from NUS Electrical and Computer Engineering have found that twisting two layers of ultra-thin molybdenum-trioxide to the right ‘magic angle’ causes the material to force light into tightly-focused and highly controllable beams https://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/news/breakthrough-shows-magic-angle-twistronics-principle-can-also-manipulate-light/