B. Gray

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Array imaging is an emerging paradigm where a specially designed array of lenslets is employed to capture an ensemble of images of a subject, enabling the collection of significantly more information than with conventional single-lens imaging systems. Thin form-factor and wide angle of view are important additional characteristics of an array imaging(More)
Reactions of Ta(NMe2)5 and n-propylamine are shown to be an effective system for sol-gel processing of Ta3N5. Ordered macroporous films of Ta3N5 on silica substrates have been prepared by infiltration of such a sol into close-packed sacrificial templates of cross-linked 500 nm polystyrene spheres followed by pyrolysis under ammonia to remove the template(More)
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