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Single-Process Liquid Fab Technique Produces Microlens Arrays

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A method for patterning large areas with highly irregular structures in a single process aims to simplify the production of microlens arrays for photovoltaic systems and patterned films for other optical technologies. To produce material arrays, the technique combines the highly regular convection pattern that forms in thicker material layers with strong interfacial deformations possible only in much thinner liquid films. The resulting arrays locally enhance light intensity and could be used in integral imaging systems, unconventional photolithography and photovoltaic systems. For...Read full article

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