Nanoantenna Arrays That Could Aid Water Quality Monitoring

News   Oct 20, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Bristol

 
Nanoantenna Arrays That Could Aid Water Quality Monitoring

SEM images of nanoantenna array and in the inset a magnified view of the array elements. Credit: University of Bristol.

 
 
 

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