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Nanoparticles turn a clear window into a mirror and back again

Creating a material that can alter its optical properties in real time has proved challenging for scientists, but a team at Imperial College London has finally achieved a major breakthrough by developing a material that can transition from clear to reflective and back again using an array of gold nanoparticles... Continue Reading Nanoparticles turn a clear window into a mirror and back aga
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