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GRAPHENE PHOTONICS

Chameleon graphene surfaces

The unique optical properties of graphene were combined with lithium-ion battery technology to produce multispectral optical devices, with colour-changing capabilities.

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Fig. 1: Basic principle of light interaction with doped graphene.

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Ferrari, A.C. Chameleon graphene surfaces. Nat. Photon. 15, 488–490 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41566-021-00839-2

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