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Nature Physics volume 11, pages 894895 (2015) | Download Citation

Negative refraction can produce optical Veselago lenses with a resolution that is not diffraction-limited. Similar lenses can also be made for electrons, with negative refraction of Dirac fermions now shown in graphene.

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