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Nanotube holograms

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Carbon nanotubes interact strongly with light — a property that makes them ideal components of holographic devices. The realization of such a device opens up fresh opportunities for holography.

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Figure 1: Image from a nanotube array.

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Larouche, S., Smith, D. Nanotube holograms. Nature 491, 47–48 (2012) doi:10.1038/491047a

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