Suppression of backscattered diffraction from sub-wavelength 'moth-eye' arrays.


The eyes and wings of some species of moth are covered with arrays of nanoscale features that dramatically reduce reflection of light. There have been multiple examples where this approach has been adapted for use in antireflection and antiglare technologies with the fabrication of artificial moth-eye surfaces. In this work, the suppression of iridescence… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/OE.21.000001


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