Ranjith, R and Butt, H and Wilkinson, TD and Amaratunga, GAJ (2012) Can nanotubes be lens array? Advanced Materials, 24. OP170-OP173.Full text not available from this repository.
Thumbnail image of graphical abstract Reflective binary Fresnel lenses fabricated so far all suffer from reflections from the opaque zones and hence degradation in focusing and lensing properties. Here a solution is found to this problem by developing a carbon nanotube Fresnel lens, where the darkest man-made material ever, i.e., low-density vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays, are exploited.
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