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Copper Plasmonics Explored for Nanophotonics Applications

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MOSCOW, March 22, 2016 — Experimental demonstration of copper components has expanded the list of potential materials suited to nanophotonic devices beyond gold and silver. According to researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), copper components are not only just as good as components based on noble metals, such as gold and silver, they can be easily implemented in integrated circuits using industry-standard fabrication processes. Gold and silver, as noble metals, may not enter into the requisite chemical reactions to create nanostructures readily and require expensive, difficult...Read full article

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