Wei Hong Wee

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The integration of paper with an electrochemical device has attracted growing attention for point-of-care testing, where it is of great importance to fabricate electrodes on paper in a low-cost, easy and versatile way. In this work, we report a simple strategy for directly writing electrodes on paper using a pressure-assisted ball pen to form a paper-based(More)
Much of optics depends on objects being much larger than the wavelength of light: shadows of opaque objects are sharp only if free of diffraction effects, and ‘cat’s eye’ retroreflectors function only if they are large. Here, we show how to make theoretically arbitrarily small versions of these devices by exploiting the power of a negatively refracting lens(More)
This Letter is a theoretical attempt to answer two questions. First how long does it takes for perfect lensing to be observed, and second how does loss diminish the performance of a general perfect lens. The method described in this Letter is universal, in the sense that it can be applied to perfect lenses of any arbitrary geometry. We shall show that the(More)
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