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Nanopillars

Nanopillars is an emerging technology within the field of nanostructures. Nanopillars are pillar shaped nanostructures approximately 10 nanometers in diameter that can be grouped together in lattice like arrays.[1] They are a type of metamaterial, which means that nanopillars get their attributes from being grouped into artificially designed structures and not their natural properties. Kindly provided by Todd Simpson, UWO Nanofabrication Facility nanofab.uwo.ca/

 

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Uploaded on April 23, 2015