Nanotubes made of carbon allow mixing infrared light and matter

cxtpzk9xaaac9do-1In collaboration with the team of Prof Jana Zaumseil at University of Heidelberg in Germany, Arko Graf has shown that one can use highly purified semiconducting carbon nanotubes to form mixed light-matter particles at near infrared wavelengths. Arko is co-advised by Jana and Malte. The results were published in Nature Communications. Find the original study here, and a press release issued by our friends in Heidelberg here.

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