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The carbon sheet could be used to make ultrafast and highly efficient photodetectors and energy-harvesting devices such as solar cells.
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Device could be used for quantum-metrology applications.
Magnetic dipole resonances in single silicon nanoparticles are found to provide robust all-dielectric Raman enhancements by factors of up to 140.
Devices can simultaneously focus and disperse light of different wavelengths with the best spectral resolution ever.