World’s thinnest material that absorbs light
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This is cool thing that will definitely cool your bedrooms in hot summer time periods of year. This material is flexible and can absorb up to 87% of light. Its to easy to use as its light-weight and flexible to manage. It gives stealth features as it also blocks thermal detection and also absorbs infrared. This material also absorbs light from every angle, so best thing to hide some thing. Best part of this cool things are features like , light weight, flexible and mostly transparent.
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This material is developed by the Engineers at University of California, and called as the near-perfect broadband absorber. This absorber allows to flow certain amount of wavelength, else it blocks most of it.
This material offers broadband, yet selective absorption that could be tuned to distinct parts of the electromagnetic spectrum,” said Zhaowei Liu, Professor at UC San Diego in a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Of course there exist the material that can absorb the light, but ain’t flexible and light weight rather than bulky and brittle and can absorbs only selected range of wavelength. The older ones are not in use much because of not only it blocks the infrared but also the range of frequencies that are used for Radio and TV Signals.
This thing is still in the development phase, but hope it can take care of the important ranges of light and frequencies so that, it could be used instead of air conditioned rooms that may harm.
“There are different parameters that we can alter in this design to tailor the material’s absorption band: the gap size between tubes, the ratio of the materials, the types of materials, and the electron carrier concentration,” said Conor Riley from UC San Diego.
Isn’t its cool if we think in the way that it may result into natural cum artificial material cooling the room and more. Share your views in comments and stay connected with technstuff for more interesting tech updates. Bbye!