By Matthew M. Hawkeye, Michael T. Taschuk, Michael J. Brett
Development and outline of happy ideas for nanostructuring skinny films
Properties and characterization of nanohelices, nanoposts, and different porous films
Design and engineering of optical joyful motion pictures together with fabrication and checking out, and chiral films
Post-deposition processing and integration to optimize movie behaviour and structure
Deposition platforms and standards for completely happy fabrication
A patent survey, large proper literature, and a survey of GLAD’s wide selection of fabric houses and numerous applications.
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