Optical Negative Refraction in Bulk Metamaterials of Nanowires

  title={Optical Negative Refraction in Bulk Metamaterials of Nanowires},
  author={J. Yao and Z. Liu and Y. Liu and Y. Wang and C. Sun and G. Bartal and A. Stacy and X. Zhang},
  pages={930 - 930}
  • J. Yao, Z. Liu, +5 authors X. Zhang
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine, Materials Science
  • Science
  • Negative refraction in metamaterials has generated great excitement in the scientific community. Although negative refraction has been realized in microwave and infrared by using metamaterials and by using two-dimensional waveguide structures, creation of a bulk metamaterial showing negative refraction at visible frequency has not been successful, mainly because of the significant resonance losses and fabrication difficulties. We report bulk metamaterials made of nanowires that show such… CONTINUE READING

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