New research headed by Vinod M. Menon and his team at The City College of New York illustrates that trapping light within magnetic materials may radically improve their inherent characteristics.
Structured light waves with spiral phase fronts include orbital angular momentum (OAM), which is linked to photon rotational motion.
Quantum Design UK and Ireland (QDUKI) have joined with Zolix Instruments to further strengthen our Spectroscopy, Light Measurement and Optics range.
At Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, we continuously strive for innovation. This commitment to continuous improvement has led us to create two new state-of-the-art spot IR thermometers: the FLIR TG54-2 and FLIR TG56-2.
Modern data transfer, in which data is conveyed through fiber optic cables in the form of modulated light beams, is among other things made possible by the quick switching and modulation of light.
A team led by a physicist from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently developed a new quantum theory that explains the “light-induced phase” of matter and predicts its novel functionalities.
The word meta implies an idea of surpassing or transcendence, and when applied to materials, metamaterials include artificially engineered substances that come with properties not found in the environment naturally.
An investigation done by scientists at the University of Oklahoma that were just published in Science Advances establishes the validity of the idea that information could be securely encoded and transmitted utilizing spatial correlations in quantum-entangled light beams.
Everyone encounters optical rays or beams, one of light’s purest forms, on a daily basis. Light may, however, take on much stranger shapes.
Powerful X-Ray beams were utilized by a research group headed by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory to open a new perspective of materials crucial to the production and use of hydrogen.